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Family appeal to find missing man from Harrow

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The family of a man who has been missing for over 48 hours in Harrow have appealed to the public to help find him.

David Martindale, 67, was last seen at his home on Harrow View on Monday afternoon at approximately 1pm (12 October). His wife returned home at 5pm and he was not there, it is not known what time he left but it’s believed it could be between 3:30pm – 5pm. He last checked his WhatsApp messages at 3:30pm and he left his phone at home.

His family have said that his disappearance is completely out of character.

Please spread the word and help bring David home safely.

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His daughter has contacted Harrow Online saying that they family is becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare. David is believed to be wearing a black duffle coat at the time of his disappearance, he’s 5”10 and of medium build.

David also has type 2 diabetes and may not have his required medication with him.

David Martindale was last seen at around 1pm on Monday 12 October.

It is possible he has his freedom pass so people on the transport network should be particularly vigilant his family have said.

Anyone with information has been asked to contact the police on 101.


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