Police renew appeal over missing man

By Nub News Reporter

30th Nov 2023 | Local News

Andrew Smith
Andrew Smith

A NEW CCTV picture has been released as police continue to search, with increasing concern, for a missing Thurrock man.

Andrew Smith, 52, was last seen at Grays rail station shortly after 6am on Wednesday, 22 November.

He is described as 6ft 3ins tall, of large build, with short hair and a short, bushy beard. He has a tattoo on his chest of Celtic design. He is carrying a distinctive Khaki Green Camping bag on his back.

His disappearance was first reported last week but a police statement says: "Our concern for Andrew's welfare continues to grow and we need to find him to make sure he's OK. 

Andrew Smith

"Officers continue to conduct thorough enquiries to locate him, but we need anyone with any information on his whereabouts to get in touch.

DI Leanne Ford said : "Andrew has been missing since Wednesday 22 November 2023 and we are continuing our efforts to find him. 

"Our work relies on our good links with the communities we serve, and I would ask anyone reading this appeal to think back to where they were on the morning of Wednesday, 22 November. 

"Andrew is believed to have got on the London bound train at 6.08am. We are particularly keen to hear from anyone who may have seen him.

"If you've seen him, are with him, or have any information about where he is please call 999 quoting incident 565 of 22 November."

     

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