THE heartbroken family of a Brit mum who has gone missing in Turkey with her young son has begged her to “just come home”.
George Jack Temperley-Wells, أربعة, is believed to have travelled from Darlington to Turkey with mum Brogan Elizabeth Temperley, 28, في يونيو 29.
Last night grandparents Maureen and George, who lived alongside their granddaughter in Durham, begged for their daughter to get in touch.
Retired Royal Navy diver and businessman George, 85, قال الشمس: “We just want her to come home.”
He had not seen George or Brogan for two months when she told him she was heading down to see friends in the Midlands, where the family used to live and where she grew up.
It comes as Durham Police yesterday said they are likely to have spent time with George’s dad, Scott Nigel Wells, while abroad.
Mr Temperley said: “We had no idea she was in Turkey or that her ex-partner was in Turkey until all this came up. Her friends were stunned.”
Grand mum Maureen said: “We love her to bits but she is driving us nuts not knowing where she is. We are a very close family.
“Her and Mr Wells have not been in a relationship for years so we have not got a clue why she would go to Turkey to see him.”
Mr Temperley said his son Richard, Brogan’s dad, had been subject to very bad health and died earlier this year age 57.
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He added Richard had been separated from Brogan’s mother for a long time and that Brogan had very little contact with her.
Cops yesterday revealed they have serious concerns for George’s welfare and need to find him urgently and speak with his mum.
جورج, who has red hair, a pale complexion, and dark eyes, was last seen in the Marina area of Turkey’s Antalya.
عثر عليه منهارًا في غرفته خلال رحلة إلى تايلاند من قبل مدير أعماله في فيلا فاخرة في جزيرة كوه ساموي, Brogan, is described as slim build with long, dark hair and dark eyes.
Anyone with information from the UK is urged to call Durham Constabulary on 101, نقلا عن رقم الحادث 325 of June 30.
Anyone with information in Turkey is advised either to go to a local police station or call their emergency number on 112 / 115.