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Family seeks answers in missing persons case

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HAWAII KAI, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

On the morning of July 30, Ashley Wong kissed her boyfriend Johnathan Fraser goodbye while he was still asleep at their home in Hawaii Kai.

She has not seen or heard from him since.

“We're all waiting for you to come home and will not stop looking for you," Wong said, holding back tears. "We're never gonna give up. And we truly believe that we'll find you and we'll bring you home."

Wong fears something bad could have happened to him and is desperate for the public's help.

The couple has been dating for three years. Wong said they were supposed to meet up later that day, but Fraser never showed up.

Wong made numerous attempts to contact him, spoke with his friends and family, and searched his usual hangout spots.

The next day, she called police.

Wong says the clock is ticking and fears time is running out.

"I'm just worried about his medical condition that does require daily medication," Wong said. "I'm just hoping that he's alright at this point because he hasn't been taking them."

Fraser, 21, got into a bad car accident in Kaneohe in November.

He survived, but the other person in the car didn't. During his recovery, Fraser was prescribed daily medication.

Now, Wong is four months pregnant and she says the two were looking forward to a new beginning.

"He was just really blessed to be alive at this point. Because, like I said, the accident was really bad and we are expecting, so he was very excited about that. So his main goal was pretty much to recover and to become better than he was before," she said.

Because of the accident, Fraser has four large scars on his face. One is beneath his left eye, another is under his nose, and two are on his chin.

Aside from his shoulder-length wavy hair, Wong hopes these distinct features will help the public recognize him.

"He proved that miracles do happen before," Wong said, "and I'm just praying for another one."

Anyone who sees Fraser or has information about his whereabouts is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 955-8300.

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