Milton Keynes police appeal for public’s help in a possible missing person enquiry

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    Thames Valley Police is appealing for the public’s help in a possible missing person enquiry in Milton Keynes.

    At around 10.30pm last night (5/2), officers received a report from a member of the public that at around 6.30pm earlier that day, a man had turned up at their house who was confused and appeared to be lost and was not dressed for the weather.

    Following the report, officers attended the Haversham area in order to try to locate the man from earlier that evening but have so far been unable to do so.

    The man is described as being in his seventies, around 6ft tall, with grey hair, wearing a blue jacket, black jumper wearing gloves and had an umbrella tucked into his trousers.

    Further work is ongoing through CCTV and house-to-house enquiries.

    Inspector Andrew Pearce, based at Milton Keynes police station, said: “This is an unusual missing person enquiry in that we do not know this man is.

    “We are releasing an image taken by the person who reported this in the hope that someone recognises them and knows that they are safe and well.

    “If you recognise this person, or have seen them, then please call 101, quoting reference 2160 of 05/02/2023."

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