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Urgent search for missing Yorkshire man last seen a week ago in Doncaster

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Concerns are growing for a Yorkshire man who has been missing for over a week.

The man, identified by police as Owen, was last seen in Doncaster last Wednesday, December 15, and has links to North Yorkshire.

There have been “extensive enquiries” to find Owen, 43, from Brough near Hull, but police are now appealing to the public for their help.

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Owen is thought to be driving a grey Range Rover and is known to frequent rural locations.

Humberside Police have provided the above picture of Owen and the following appeal in a bid to find him safely:

“Can you help us find 43-year-old Owen?

“Owen is from the Brough area, but was last seen in Doncaster on Wednesday 15 December and has links to North Yorkshire.

“He was reported as missing on the 18 December. Extensive enquiries have taken place and are continuing, but we are appealing for anyone who has seen Owen to contact us.

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“He is thought to be driving a grey Range Rover, which has roof bars front and back, side skirt steps, and is fitted with a static tow bar. He is also known to frequent rural locations.

“He is described as being 5’10” with short brown hair and with a beard. He is believed to be wearing a black cap and was last seen wearing a black jacket, a blue polo shirt and black boots.

“If you have seen Owen, or know where he is, you are asked to contact us on our non-emergency number 101 quoting log number 230 of 18 December 2021.”

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Written by: Rother Radio News


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