Presenter Jesse Baird goes missing as police swoop in on home. TV host’s boyfriend is also missing

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A huge search is underway to find an ex-Channel Ten presenter and his partner after their bloodstained clothes were dumped in a skip and the TV star’s blood-splattered home 30km away was declared a crime scene.

Former Ten red carpet reporter Jesse Baird and his Qantas flight attendant boyfriend Luke Davies are missing from the TV producer’s Paddington home in Sydney’s east.

What is Going on?

Mr Davies, 29, was believed to be with Mr Baird, 26, in Paddington on Monday but the pair then vanished and the family of Mr Davies have been unable to contact him.

A manhunt was launched after a pile of the couple’s bloodied clothes was found in a large skip bin in the centre of Cronulla in Sydney’s south around 11am on Wednesday. 

At The ‘Crime Scene’

Police then raced to Baird’s $3million Federation terrace home in Paddington 30km away where they found a ‘large amount of blood’, including bloodstained furniture.

Detectives are said to be seeking Mr Baird and his partner after Mr Davies’ home in Waterloo in Sydney’s inner-south was also found to be empty.

What Police Said

Police say they held ‘grave concerns’ for Mr Davies and issued an urgent appeal for anyone with any information to come forward.

Detective Superintendent Jodi Radmore, Commander of Eastern Suburbs PAC, begged either of the men to make contact but said police now fear for both of them.

She said neighbours had heard some shouting coming from the rented Paddington home early on Monday morning, but that was only reported to police on Wednesday.

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Things Found at The Crime Scene

Credit cards, wallets and a mobile phone had been found among the bloodied clothes in the skip in Cronulla, she said, and three cars belonging to the men have also been seized.

But the bloodstained home has sparked serious concern for their fate, she said, admitting there was sufficient blood to believe at least one had suffered a ‘significant injury’.

‘There has been some sort of incident which has more than likely happened at the Paddington address and that has given us grave concerns for one, possibly both,’ she said.

‘It’s very early stages in the investigation. We are still processing the Paddington address. All lines of enquiry are open.’

She said police had not ruled out a third person being involved but were currently  focused on locating Mr Davies and Mr Baird at this stage in the inquiry. 

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