THE family of missing Griffith man Sheloon Andersen remains baffled and distraught by his disappearance, which has now extended into a fourth week.
Police took the unusual step yesterday of launching a statewide appeal to help unravel the mystery behind the disappearance of the likeable 32-year-old.
Mr Andersen was last seen at about midday on January 18 at Griffith Central.
A massive Facebook appeal from family and friends and a police investigation has failed to uncover any leads in the case.
Adding to the mystery, police have confirmed a person - believed to be Mr Andersen - has accessed his personal Facebook page since the disappearance and "defriended" a number of people.
He was reported missing to police this week by concerned family members.
Griffith Police crime manager Paul Smith said detectives investigating the case held "grave concerns" for the former Wade High students welfare.
"From information provided by family and friends, it's certainly out of character for him to disappear and we do hold grave concerns for his wellbeing," Detective Inspector Smith said.
Mr Anderson is described as being of Asian appearance, 165 to 170cm tall, medium build, with tanned skin and dark hair. He is believed to be travelling in a red Ford Falcon sedan with NSW registration AWZ 02Q.