THE wife of a man who went missing five months ago is appealing for help to finally solve the mystery of his disappearance.
Jakub and Joanne Gladski were married for nine years but were separated at the time when he went missing on January 2, aged 31.
However, the two had remained friends with Mr Gladski visiting his former home often.
Mrs Gladski, of Green View, Kirton, said: “The thing is we don’t know whether he’s dead or alive and that’s the hardest part to deal with.
“Perhaps someone saw him the day before who can help us build a bigger picture.
“Did he go anywhere? Did he see anybody? Speak to anyone?”
Mr Gladski was last seen in person at a friends in New Bolingbroke at about midday.
However, CCTV picked him up in Coningsby buying a bottle of coke 24 hours before his car was found abandoned in Chapel Six Marshes, where he and Mrs Gladski used to walk their dogs.
“We hadn’t gone there in a couple of years but it was a place we used to go and it was a nice memory for him,” added Mrs Gladski.
Mr Gladski came to England 11 years ago from Poland. He worked at the Port of Boston offices as a water clerk and also for Lincolnshire Police and Boston, Skegness and Grantham courts as an interpreter.
He enjoyed caving, diving and mountain climbing and his caving gear was discovered in his car when it was found.
He also enjoyed travelling, going to places including Wales, Norway and Crete and could speak several languages.
Anyone with details should contact the police non-emergency number 101, or Missing People on 0500 700700.