‘The children want to know where daddy is’ – Wife Alexis’s emotional plea over missing businessman Peter Jackson

Alexis Jackson, wife of missing gold pro Peter Jackson
Alexis Jackson, wife of missing gold pro Peter Jackson
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A WIFE has opened her heart and appealed for her husband to return home to her and their two boys.

Castle Eden’s golf pro Peter Jackson was last seen when he left home in Weybourne Lea, East Shore Village, Seaham, on Monday, November 11.

Peter Jackson, missing from home in Seaham.

Peter Jackson, missing from home in Seaham.

Today, his wife of 11 years Alexis urged the 38-year-old to get in touch.

The 36-year-old nanny said: “There is nothing at all for him to worry about at home or at work. We all just want him back with us as soon as possible, or at the very least know that he is OK.

“He loves his boys so much and they are missing him desperately.

“They want to know where their daddy is, and it’s devastating not to be able to give them an answer.

“We are just a normal loving family and cannot believe this is happening to us.”

Alexis, who met her partner 14 years ago when he worked at Romanby Golf Club in Northallerton, added: “Peter, I love you, the boys love you, your family and friends are desperately worried about you.

“Please get in touch with someone and please come home.”

She said Peter, who trained as a pro from the age of 16, works seven days a week and spends most of his spare time with their children and is also a familiar face at Dempseys Bar in North Terrace, Seaham.

She added her thanks for the support from their friends and appeals online to help find him.

Castle Eden’s club secretary Steve Watkins said: “Obviously we are growing increasingly concerned for Peter and we are supporting police with their appeal and Peter’s family at this traumatic time.”

When Peter left home he was driving a grey Ford Focus C Max, registration FY05 CKD, which has a dent on the rear bumper on the passenger side.

He has short dark brown hair, is stocky and was wearing a dark zip-up jacket and dark trousers.

Sergeant Vicky Guthrie, from Seaham response policing team, said “I would ask people not only in the Seaham area but across the wider North East region to be vigilant in looking out for Peter or his car and to contact us immediately if they have any information.

Durham Constabulary can be called on 101.