- 57 years of age at time of disappearance.
- Light skinned.
- 170cm (5 feet 7 inches) tall.
- Medium build.
- Grey receding hair.
- Green eyes.
QUICK CASE FACTS:
- Left his Wife in Scarborough in the late afternoon/early evening of Monday 14 April 2003 for an apparent business deal at his home address in Ballajura.
- Believed to be driving his own vehicle, a bronze 1992 Toyota Lexus sedan, registration 1AUS069.
- Last rang his Wife on the evening of Tuesday 15 April 2003.
- His vehicle was located parked in the vicinity of the Perth Domestic Airport on Monday 5 May 2003.
Wayne Dennis George Drewett was born in November 1957. He was married and had two adult children and a number of grandchildren. Mr Drewett spent some time serving in the Australian Army and was a former Special Air Services Regiment Administration Sergeant who served in Vietnam. His hobbies included woodwork and music.
On Monday 14 April 2003, Mr Drewett was with his wife at the Rendezvous Observation City Hotel, Scarborough. He left the hotel alone in the late afternoon/early evening, it is believed to attend a meeting at his house in Ballajura to discuss a business venture that he had been planning. Police believe he left Scarborough in his vehicle, a bronze 1992 Toyota Lexus sedan, registration 1AUS069.
Mr Drewett’s last contact with his wife was by telephone on the evening of Tuesday 15 April 2003.
On Sunday 4 May 2003, Mrs Drewett reported her husband as a missing person.
The following day, on Monday 5 May 2003, news reports of Mr Drewett missing included details of his vehicle. Mr Drewett’s vehicle was found at the Perth Domestic Airport later that day.
Since Tuesday 15 April 2003 Mr Drewett has not made any contact with his friends or family. Mr Drewett’s necessary medication for a heart ailment was found at his home by his wife.
The person or persons responsible for Mr Drewett’s disappearance have not yet been identified.
If you have any information in relation to the disappearance of Mr Drewett, his movements or sightings of his vehicle between Monday 14 April and Monday 5 May 2003, please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online below. All reports to Crime Stoppers can be made anonymously if you wish and rewards are available.