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Husband’s desperate plea for wife missing on Victoria’s surf coast

The husband of Elisa Curry has made a desperate plea for his wife to come home, as the search for the mother-of-three enters its third day.

David Curry made an emotional address to the media this morning, pleading for Elisa to make contact.

“I, my kids, want her to come home,” he said.

“Elisa, if you are out there, can you please contact us. If anyone has seen anything can you please contact us. Thank you.”

Fears are growing for a 43-year-old mother-of-three who was last seen in Aireys Inlet at 10.30pm on Saturday night.

Senior Sergeant Rob Wilby told 3AW Mrs Curry, an avid runner, and her black labrador may have gone for a run the next morning but much is still unknown.

“We’re not actually convinced she did go for a run at this stage, there’s a lot of unknown in this inquiry,” Snr Sgt Wilby said.

“The husband is quite distraught and three young kids would be quite upset.”

Snr Sgt Wilby said neighbours saw Mrs Curry, known to her friends as Lisa, at 10.30pm on Saturday night.

Mrs Curry, from Surrey Hills, was at her family’s beach house while her husband and children were in Melbourne at the grand final.

When the family arrived at their beach house on Sunday morning, Mrs Curry was nowhere to be found.

Her car is at the property and her phone is going straight to voicemail.

Police, SES and the air wing have been searching for any sign of Mrs Curry to no avail.

Her dog was located in a neighbour’s backyard yesterday.

Mrs Curry is 167cm tall, with brown hair, brown eyes.

Snr Sgt Wilby asked that any information regarding Mrs Curry’s whereabouts be forwarded to the Lorne Police station on (03) 5289 2712.

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