The other missing athletes are boxers Christian Ndzie Tchoyi, Simplice Fotsala, Christelle Ndiang and Arsene Fokou and weightlifters Oliver Heracles Matam Matam, Petit David Minkoumba and Arcangeline Sonkbou Fouodji.
Three more boxers have since vanished, sparking an Australian Border Force manhunt.
All had competed except Tsoye, who failed to show up for his weigh-in for his 91kg quarter-final on Tuesday, granting his opponent a walk-over victory.
"We have also laid formal complaint to the Australian police".
"It is obviously disappointing that some of the athletes who have come didn't compete when scheduled to compete", he said at a press conference Wednesday.
He set a Games record with a total of 74 - four ahead of nearest rival Tim Kneale from the Isle of Man who took silver.
The nation's other two weightlifters and men's basketball team had left Australia and were en route to Cameroon, team officials said.
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"It's important to remember that these athletes are guests here in Australia at this time, they are still within their visas, they have a right to travel freely", he added.
And athletes from Cameroon have fled from events before. "And if they are thinking of doing anything other, I would encourage them not to".
It is not the first time Cameroonian athletes disappeared at major sporting event.
Members of the Cameroon team arrive during the opening ceremony.
During the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne 25 competitors went missing, while 26 disappeared during the 2002 Games in Manchester.
A spokesman for the Australian Border Force said the federal government was working closely with the Games organising committee and worldwide stakeholders to ensure officials and athletes were aware of their visa responsibilities.
Following the 2012 London Olympics, at least 21 athletes were reported missing, including seven from Cameroon, and four from the DRC, as well as nationals of Guinea, Côte d'Ivoire, Sudan and Ethiopia.