WA Police’s missing persons unit have renewed calls for information about the disappearance of Pilbara man Clinton Lockyer as his family pleaded for help as Tuesday marked one year since he went missing. Mr Lockyer, 30, was last seen or heard from on the morning of October 31, 2022, about 11.30am, in Roebourne — about half an hour’s drive east of Karratha. He was wearing a black and red short sleeved t-shirt and tan coloured shorts. Police hold grave concerns for Mr Lockyer’s welfare — who is now 31-years-old — as they renew their appeal for information one year on from his disappearance. In a heartbreaking statement on behalf of his family, his mother described the last 12 months as “filled with anguish, sleepless nights, and endless questions”. “As a mother, the pain of not knowing the whereabouts and well-being of my son is a burden that’s impossible to put into words,” she said. “The uncertainty has been excruciating, and each day that passes without his return is a day of heartache.” She begged her son to reach out to family or police to let them know he is okay. “Clinton, if you can hear my plea, know that my love for you remains unwavering,” she said. “I want you to be safe and to return to the family who loves you deeply. We all want to know if you are alright, son ... We long for the day when we can hold you in our arms again. “I implore you, Clinton, to reach out to the police or the relevant authorities and let them know that you are unharmed. Your family’s heartache can only be healed by your safe return.” It comes as the one year anniversary of missing person Wesley Lockyer, a relative of Clinton, also passed last week. Wesley, who was 29 at the time of his disappearance, was last seen at Jinparinya community, about 20km north of Port Hedland, on October 24, 2022. Clinton disappeared just days later. The Lockyer and Taylor families later enlisted renowned private investigator Mick Buckley to help in the search for Wesley and criticised the police response to the case. Missing person investigators have undertaken “thorough investigative actions” in the past 12 months to try find Clinton Lockyer — but to no avail. Sen. Const. Paul Ayton — the investigating officer on the case — said even the smallest piece of information can make a massive difference. “The Missing Person Unit will chase up any potential leads that may direct us to Clinton,” he said. “He is a family man, and his family miss him dearly — we have and continue to work tirelessly to bring the family a resolution.” Investigators are now urging the community to contact police if they have any information relevant to the investigation via Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at crimestopperswa.com.au.