A British man who left his office in Hong Kong and disappeared into a country park after posting a message on Facebook was still missing on Sunday morning. Shaun Connell, who has not contacted friends or family for more than three days, was believed to be in the Tai Tam Country Park around the popular hiking areas of Parkview, Stanley, Shek O and Big Wave Bay. An update on Facebook from concerned friends asked anyone who might have seen Connell around 8.30am on Thursday near Parkview to get in touch as soon as possible. Volunteers and police have continued to look for the missing long-term resident, and groups of volunteers met at Wan Chai MTR station on Sunday before splitting up into groups. “The emergency services have been contacted, an incident room set up at Parkview and there is an ongoing search by emergency services, friends and volunteers,” a statement by the man’s friends said. Security camera footage of Connell leaving Parkview at 8.30am show him wearing a dark blue top and trousers. He then walked into Tai Tam Country Park. Connell posted a message on his Facebook page before leaving on Thursday morning, and left behind all his personal belongings, including his wallet. He is believed to have turned off, or not be checking his phone. A close friend of his described the message as “totally out of character”, and said it had caused friends and family a lot stress. Anyone who sees Connell, or has any information as to his whereabouts, can contact the police incident line on 6148 0635.