'Lovely bloke' missing from home as police launch urgent search

Ryan Angelucci, 33, has been missing from his home in Southport since Wednesday, 19 June
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Merseyside Police has issued an urgent appeal after a "really lovely bloke" went missing from home.

Ryan Angelucci disappeared from his home in Southport on Wednesday, 19 June, with extensive enquiries now ongoing to find him. Merseyside Police posted on their social media channels about the disappearance, with the 33-year-old said to have links with Lord Street, Chapel Street and Kings Gardens in Southport.

The police appeal said: "Please share and help us find missing Ryan Angelucci from Southport. Ryan, 33, was last seen leaving home in Southport at 9am on Wednesday 19 June and extensive enquiries are ongoing to find him.

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"He is described as being around 5ft 7in tall, of medium build with ginger/brown shoulder-length hair and brown eyes. When last seen he was wearing a grey blazer. Ryan has links to Lord Street, Chapel Street and Kings Gardens in Southport.

"If you see him, please call 999 so we can make sure he is safe."

Hundreds of people shared and responded to the post on the Sefton Police Facebook page. Suzi Ferdinand said: "He’s a really lovely bloke! Get home safe."

Karmen Amy-Louise commented: "Aw I hope Ryan is safe and found soon, dead nice fella to chat to. I really hope he’s okay xx."

People can also pass on any sightings to the police via this online form and any other information to @MerPolCC on Twitter or 101.

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