Missing Canterbury man last seen at beginning of June

The family of Jeremy Rickards has reported him missing
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A man who has gone missing from Canterbury has not been seen by his family for several weeks. Jeremy Rickards is not believed to have been seen since the beginning of June, Kent Police said.

They have asked for the public's help to find the 65 year old. Kent Police was contacted on Friday, July 5 following concerns from Mr Rickards' family.

He has been reported missing from an address in the North Holmes Road area and officers are carrying out enquiries to locate him. He is described as around 5ft 9ins tall, of slim build, with short light-brown greying hair and wears glasses.

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Detective Inspector Louise Murphy, of the East Kent missing persons team, said: "Jeremy's family have not heard from him for a number of weeks and we are very keen to speak to him, or anyone who knows where he is, so we can check that he is well."

Anyone with information should call Kent Police on 999 quoting 05-1188.