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Police appeal for help to find missing man who may be in Redbridge

PUBLISHED: 09:41 16 October 2017

Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of Anthony Anantharjah, 28 (Met Police)

Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of Anthony Anantharjah, 28 (Met Police)

Met Police

Police are concerned for the welfare of a missing man who has links to Redbridge.

Anthony Anantharjah, 28, was reported missing to police on the morning of Sunday, October 15 and was last seen on Euston Road near Warren Street tube station.

He has family and links to the Redbridge area as well as Cheshire, Swindon and Plymouth.

Officers say they are growing increasingly concerned about Mr Anantharjah and are asking for anyone with information to get in touch.

But they are urging anyone who sees him not to approach him but call police on 999 or call Missing People on 116 000.

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