Police concerned for the welfare of Surrey man missing for more than a week

-Credit: (Image: Surrey Police)
-Credit: (Image: Surrey Police)


Police in Surrey are concerned for the welfare of a man who was last seen about a week ago. Officers have now called on the public for help to locate the man who was reported missing from his home in Shepperton.

Edward, 55, has been described as a White man who is about 5’8” tall with an athletic build. He wears glasses and has medium-length brown hair and stubble. He is said to always wear a cap.

A spokesperson for Surrey Police said: “We are appealing for the public’s help in finding 55-year-old Edward, who has been reported missing from his home in Shepperton. Edward was last seen about a week ago but was only reported missing [on Saturday, June 1].”

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They continued: “We are concerned for his welfare and would like to speak to him as soon as possible.”

Police have urged anybody who has seen Edward or who may have information that may help the force find him to contact them. This can be done by direct message quoting reference PR/45240061802.

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