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Appeal to find missing man with links to Cornwall

Appeal to find missing man with links to Cornwall

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 10:42am 10th March 2020.

Police are trying to find a missing man who has links to Cornwall.

Luke Hoseason has not been seen since last Wednesday.

The 42-year-old, from Letchworth Garden City in Hertfordshire, is believed to have a bike with him.

Devon and Cornwall Police have shared the appeal to locate him as he has links to the Duchy.

Anyone who sees him is being asked to contact officers straight away.

"Have you seen Luke Hoseason, aged 42, who is missing from Letchworth Garden City? 

"He was last seen in Baldock on Wednesday 4th March. 

"He's believed to have a grey mountain bike with him. 

"Please call 101 if you have seen him or dial 999 if you think you are with him now."

Hertfordshire Police

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