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Appeal to help find missing man from Finsbury Park

PUBLISHED: 16:17 04 December 2015 | UPDATED: 16:44 04 December 2015

Finnian Clark had been missing from his home in Finsbury Park since 7.30pm on Wednesday, December 2

Finnian Clark had been missing from his home in Finsbury Park since 7.30pm on Wednesday, December 2

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Police are appealing for the public’s help to find a vulnerable missing man from Finsbury Park.

Finnian Clark, 25, has been missing from his home since 7.30pm on Wednesday, December 2.

Finnian has reportedly been depressed and his disappearance is said to be extremely out of character.

He is white, 6ft 2ins tall with blond hair and a slight beard. He was last seen wearing a navy blue jumper and black jeans.

Detective Inspector Paul Ridley from Hackney CID said: “Finnian has now been missing for two days. This is extremely out of character. His family are concerned and want to be re-united with him. I would urge any members of the public that know of Finnian’s whereabouts to call police immediately.”

Anyone with information is urged to contact Hackney police immediately on 101.

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