Police ask for help to find missing Hackney man
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the safety of a vulnerable Hackney man who suffers from a personality disorder and memory problems.
Campbell Anderson left his home and has not attended appointments with his key worker.
He has previously lived on the streets in Westminster but had been given given accommodation in Hackney.
He is a tall, white man, about 95kg with a large belly.
He may be wearing a black, flat cap and sometimes walks with a crutch.
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He is not likely to approach anyone, as he is very intimidated by people that he doesn’t know.
Anyone with any information should call the Hackney Police missing persons unit on 0207 275 3404 or the Metropolitan Police’s non-emergency number on 101.
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