Police issue renewed appeal for missing Homerton man
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Hackney police have issued a renewed appeal for a man who has been missing for six and a half years.
Barry Walsh, 37, was last seen on April 11, 2004 in Homerton.
Recently, there have been two possible sightings of Barry - one in the village of Hardwick in Buckinghamshire and the other by the Big Wheel in Manchester.
Mr Walsh is approximately 5 feet 10 inches in height, of slim build with brown hair. He also has a tattoo of a heart on his lower right arm.
He is reported to be missed very much by his sister and daughter.
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Anyone who thinks they may have seen Mr Walsh or has any information concerning him should contact Hackney’s Missing Persons Unit on 0207 275 3404
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