Milán Vass (29) has disappeared from his own home in Scotland leaving his papers and credit card behind. Vass has been living abroad with his family; on the day he disappeared he had dinner with his father, than stayed at home with his roommates, writes Blikk. Interpol is also looking for Vass, and the police has checked his known whereabouts, without avail.
“We’ve been living together in Scotland for ten years now. We also went to work together, as we are both entrepreneurs in the construction industry” – says Vass’ father. “The next day his roommates told me that by the time they got up my son was already gone.” According to Blikk, Vass couldn’t get over his breakup in January; he got medications, but refused to take them as they had severe side effects. Vass also played football in a small local club, and according to his father, his son was healthy “never taking a pill in his life.”
The police has interrogated everyone and also searched the premises, but found no evidence for felony. Interpol has also searching for Vass.
“Fortunately, my son’s ex-girlfriend, Nóri knew Milkó’s Facebook password, so the police said that he was surfing on the internet until midnight, so most possibly, he left the house between midnight and 5.30 am. There’s no word from him ever since. I have more and more frightening thoughts from day to day, I’ve lost all hope, but I’ll wait for him until the very end – said Illés Vas.
Milán Vass, who is originally from Komló, Hungary, disappeared on 19 August from his home in Airdrie, Scotland, writes Pécsi Újság. Vass is 188 cm tall, has an average disposition, has brown eyes, and short black hair, and has a scar on his forehead. The police says that his mobile phone was turned off by 10 pm the next day. Vass’ known whereabouts were thoroughly checked in the past months, including Airdrie, Uddingston, East Kilbride, and Shotts, but with no avail. The BBC has also reported Vass’ disappearance.
translated by Adrienn Sain