Police appeal: man missing from South Hackney home
Police are appealing for information to trace a man who has been missing from his South Hackney home since yesterday afternoon.
Roy Edward Grosvenor, aged 31, has not been seen by his family since 2.40pm on Sunday, when he left his home in Bradstock Road without his mobile phone.
Roy’s family are extremely concerned about his welfare and they appeal to Roy to contact them to let them know he is safe and well.
He is a white man, of slim build and approx 5ft11inches tall, and was last seen wearing a blue ‘Umbro’ polo shirt, grey three-quarter length tracksuit bottoms and black trainers.
He may be in the Forest Gate or Manor House areas of London where he has family connections and some of his immediate family are buried.
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If anyone knows of Roy’s whereabouts they are urged to contact Hackney Police on
101 and quote the following reference: 12MIS003956.
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