'Just come home': Family's desperate plea to son missing for four days

An anxious family is pleading for public help to find their son, a former soldier who has been missing for more than four days.

Brock Hewitt, from Butler in Perth’s south, was last seen on Monday afternoon at a Boating Camping Fishing store in Yanchep.

The 29-year-old father, who served in Afghanistan, told his family he was going on a fishing trip to South Mole in Fremantle, but he never returned.

The 29-year-old father, who served in Afghanistan, told his family he was going on a fishing trip to South Mole in Fremantle, but he never returned. Source: Facebook

“This is way out character for Brock, this is not Brock,” his mother Jan Hewitt said.

“Just come home.”

Mr Hewitt suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder following his time in the army, Perth Now reported.

Police said he visited the hardware store in Yanchep about 4.45pm on Monday and a short time later was seen at a service station.

He then drove in an easterly direction towards the intersection of Indian Ocean Drive and Wanneroo Road.

He was last seen on Monday at a BCF store in Yanchep. Source: 7News

His parents said their son rarely goes for days without contacting them.

His father Rick said his son was a “good bloke” and loved fishing, four-wheel driving and being in the bush.

He is described as light skinned, of slim build, 175cm tall, with short dark hair and a tattoo on his left arm.

He was last seen wearing a singlet, shorts and thongs.

He was driving his white Nissan Navara when he went missing. Source: 7News

Brock was last seen driving awhite Nissan Navara dual cab ute, with the registration plate 1GDR069.

The vehicle has a roof-rack and white canopy, as well as army-related stickers on it.

Anyone with information is urged to contact police on 131 444.