Searching for Neil Cooper missing Turkey: The Australian tourist, who has been missing since May 25, is believed to have disappeared from Mugla’s Fethiye District.
Neil Cooper, an 62-year old man who visited Mugla’s Fethiye District, has not been heard from since May 25th.
While the District Police Department of Fethiye District Gendarmerie Command is searching for Neil, his son, who has come to Turkey in search of his father, also searches for him helplessly, holding a brochure.
The disappearance of Neil Cooper has left his family confused and helpless.
Let’s now, through this article, reveal more details about Neil Cooper and his missing Turkey case, to find out if Neil is alive or not.
Neil Cooper Missing Turkey
Neil Cooper, an Australian traveler and tourist, loves to walk. He is happily married and the loving father of three children.
He visited the Anzac Monuments in Canakkale on May 8 with some friends.
The group then visited historical and touristic places in Fethiye. Neil, who had rented an apartment for a whole month in Fethiye, told his son and friend that he would like to go on a walk along the Ancient Lycian Way, Faralya Neighborhood and Kayakoy.
Cooper, who shared an article from Kayakoy on the 25th of May last year, hasn’t been heard from again since then.
Neil’s family are in a very difficult position at the moment, as there is a lack information and clarity regarding his whereabouts.
The uncertainty of Neil’s situation has caused his family members to feel a great deal of emotional distress, with their unanswered queries and ongoing unease.
Mitchell Cooper is the son of Neil Cooper and Kendall Quinn was his friend, who shared the last post from Kayakoy, but vanished afterwards. They are searching the area with brochures on foot for any signs.
Mitchell, Neil’s son has said that he is also saddened to hear about the disappearance of his father during his holiday vacation in Turkey. He came from Australia just to see the rescue and investigation efforts.
He prepared the missing notices and then he went from street to street, sharing these advertisements.
Mitchell Cooper said: “Our pain is great.” We are waiting patiently for good news. “I thank the Turkish Government on behalf of my entire nation.”
Is he alive or dead?
Neil Cooper has been missing for several days now. In this case, it is impossible to say with certainty if the Australian traveler is still alive.
The District Police Department, Fethiye District Gendarmerie Command and the District Police Department are all involved in the investigation and search for Neil.
Police officials are searching for Neil’s tracks using drones and rescue dogs on Ancient Lycian Way routes in Butterfly Valley, Kayakoy and Faralya.
These search operations are also closely monitored by Neil’s friend Kendall Quinn and his son Mitchell Cooper.
We hope to hear positive news about Neil Cooper as the investigation continues.