Police launch a fresh appeal for missing Stoke Newington man
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Officers from Hackney are appealing for information to help trace a man who has been missing for over a year.
Despite numerous appeals for information Zbigniew Konieczny has not been seen since last May.
The 49-year-old left his home in Stoke Newington High Street, Stoke Newington on May 11, 2012 to go to work on a building site near Shepherds Bush.
He never returned home and was reported missing by his flat-mate.
He is a known gambler and would often visit betting shops, such as William Hill and the Aspers Casino in Stratford City. He is also known to frequent the Streatham High Street area.
He is described as a white, with short dark brown hair, five feet four inches tall, of medium build. He is missing an upper left tooth.
Mr Konieczny, who is originally from Poland, is also known by friends as Zbyszek Konieczny.
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Despite extensive investigative work, officers have limited information about him and would ask anyone with any knowledge of him to come forward.
If anyone has any information about him or his whereabouts, please call Hackney’s violent crime unit on 0207 275 3644. Alternatively, you can call the charity Missing People on 116 000.