Missing: Nick Eade.
The missing person posters speak to the strange disappearance and frantic search for Sydney television producer Nick Eade.
Eade is featured with close-cropped greying hair, displaying a distinguishing koi fish tattoo on his upper left arm.
"Let's get Nick home to his three girls for Xmas," the poster says.
The flyers have been circulating on social media and have been posted around Sydney northern beaches by family and friends.
Drinkers at local pubs and clubs and beach goers along the state's east coast have been asked to be on the lookout for a man fitting Eade's description, and to call police with any information.
So far there are no new leads.
Wife Trish Heagerty, a food stylist, was interviewed by detectives Friday afternoon. She says she is at a loss to explain his disappearance.
‘‘Originally, I thought he might have been mugged in Redfern but the car was found. I'm now thinking maybe he had some depression. I really wish I knew the answers.’’
She posted an update on Facebook, pleading with Eade to come home.
"Nineteen days missing. We all love and miss you. It is not the same when you are not here. Please come Home!!!xxxxxxx."
Eade vanished on November 26 after he sent a text to Heagerty, saying he'd be home from the Channel Seven Eveleigh studios a little later than usual for dinner. He signed off: "Love you heaps xx."
Heagerty set a candle lit table for two but the husband she met in 2006 and married a year later never came home.
On November 30, there was a reported sighting of Eade at the Mullumbimby RSL near Byron Bay. On December 9, there was some activity on a bank card around Brookvale, but police have yet to access closed circuit television pictures to verify it was Eade operating his account.
A day later his silver-blue Toyota Corolla station wagon was found at Cremorne with parking tickets dating back at least a week, his mobile phone inside.
His satchel used to carry work documents still sits on his desk, next to family photos. It offers no new clues. Colleagues have told Heagerty there was nothing unusual about her husband's demeanour that day, and he was in good spirits.
Mr Eade has three daughters – two from a previous relationship – and two-year-old Ruby. Family say his disappearance is out of character.
"Our poor little Ruby is crying in her sleep," Ms Heagerty said via Facebook Friday night, thanking the media for its support in locating her husband.
"I ended my busy day today talking to police and although no new leads as yet I have an amazing team working on this case. They have a lot to chase up so I just ask everyone to keep handing out flyers, keep a look out for Nick.
"Cross fingers we find Nick home safe soon."
Police have appealed for anyone with information about Eade's whereabouts to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page.