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Frustration has been voiced over delays relating to the case of missing backpacker Theo Hayez, who vanished three years ago. The family of backpacker Theo Hayez, who went missing in the tourist hotspot of Byron Bay more than three years ago, is set to fly to Australia to attend an inquest into his disappearance.
Belgian national Mr Hayez was just 18 when he vanished after leaving the popular Cheeky Monkeys bar at 11pm on May 31, The court had written a letter of support for the family to assist them in entering the country amid uncertainty over border restrictions and international travel. Counsel assisting the coroner Kirsten Edwards told the court there was still a large amount of outstanding material in the case that had not been finalised, including reports on searches for Mr Hayez.
The hearing came just days after Theo Hayez would have celebrated his 21st birthday on September The odd route has led to speculation the teen may have met up with someone, possibly a local, who knew the way through the Arakwal National Park to Tallow Beach.
Only a hat matching the description of a cap he was known to wear has been found despite a series of extensive police, SES and civilians searches. Hostel Wake Up! Mr Hayez had arrived in Australia on a working holiday visa in January and spent time living with Mr Pector in regional Victoria.
The inquest into his disappearance is to be held at Byron Bay Local Court and is expected to run for two weeks. Best of shopping Premium Membership. In the know quiz. Heath Parkes-Hupton.
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