‘Grave concerns’ for missing TV presenter Jesse Baird & partner

Jesse Baird Luke Davies
Jesse Baird and Luke Davies. Image: Instagram

Police hold “grave concerns” for flight attendant Luke Davies and former Channel 10 presenter Jesse Baird after finding large amounts of blood at Baird’s house. 

Luke Davies, 29, works for Qantas and is in a relationship with former Channel 10 reporter Jesse Baird, 26.

Police say shouting was heard at the house on Monday morning.

On Tuesday, Mr Davies’ family reported him missing.

Attempts to locate both men in recent days have been unsuccessful.

Police find possessions belonging to Luke Davies & Jesse Baird in skip bin

The Daily Telegraph has reported that a significant amount of blood was found inside Jesse Baird’s Paddington home. The property has been declared a crime scene.

Police also found bloodied possessions belonging to Luke and Jesse in a skip bin at a sports field in Cronulla.

“Both the missing person registry and the homicide squad are assisting,” Assistant Commissioner Michael Fitzgerald told reporters on Thursday.

They are appealing to anyone with information about Luke Davies or Jesse Baird’s whereabouts – or who may have information relevant to the investigation – to contact Waverley Police or Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.

UPDATE: Police officer named as ‘person of interest’ in search for Jesse Baird and Luke Davies

Missing men: Beau Lamarre-Condon Surrenders to NSW Police.

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