Search teams from Northshore SES have spent 4 days scouring land in and around City Beach looking for any signs of missing Perth woman, Robyn Santen.
Robyn’s parents Penny and Terry Paton have travelled from NSW to join the search effort for their daughter, thanking search crews and urging people not to give up hope.
“We just want to say thank you to all the search people, everybody who has been involved in searching, we’re so grateful for all they’ve done,” Mrs Paton told Nine News on Tuesday. Mr Paton added: “We’re just so stunned to see how many people who didn’t know Robyn from a bar of soap, how many of these good WA people, are out there looking for her.”
West Leederville mother Robyn Santen, 36, has not been seen since she left her home on Saturday night. A full-scale land, sea and air search was launched after her car was found abandoned in a car park at City Beach on Sunday, with the keys and some of her personal belongings inside.
Northshore SES unit has land search crews out on two days, followed up by an ATU search crew for two days.
After 4 days with no sightings, it is expected that the search will be scaled back shortly.