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Police "Concerned" For Missing Man
6:02am 14th October 2014
Police are searching for a missing man in Cornwall.
Andrew Page from St Austell was last seen almost a month ago at his home.
The 52 year old also has links to Truro - and is said to usually associate with street drinkers.
A spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall Police said: "Police are looking 52 year old Andrew Page. Andrew has been living in supported accommodation in St Austell and has been missing since the 18th of September, which was the last time he visited this accommodation.
"Andrew has links to Truro and Totnes areas and usually associates with street drinkers. Police are concerned for his welfare and are seeking information as to his whereabouts.
"Andrew is described as 5’8, bald or shaved head, green eyes and of a medium build. He has a heart tattoo on his left arm, a tribal tattoo on his right arm, and a graze scar to his face.
"Police are appealing to anyone who may have seen Andrew or knows of his whereabouts to contact Police on 101, quoting reference MPECORN/5898/14."
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