Police renew appeal over missing man

Published Sunday, 23 December 2012
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A renewed appeal has been made for information on the whereabouts of a vulnerable 78-year-old man who has gone missing in north Belfast.

Police renew appeal over missing man
Harry Warwick was last seen at his Crumlin Road care home. (© PSNI)

Harry Warwick was last seen at his nursing home residence in the Crumlin Road area on Wednesday.

He is described as slight and between 5'6" and 5'8" tall.

He was wearing an overcoat, dark trousers and gold rim tinted glasses when he went missing.

Over 50 additional police officers and a helicopter were used to search for Mr Warwick on Sunday.

A PSNI spokesperson said the search has ended for the day and will resume on Monday.

"Unfortunately the light has beaten us, but the search will resume tomorrow," the spokesperson said.

Police have asked for him or anyone to contact them or his family to let them know he is safe and well.

© UTV News
Comments Comments
sarah in lisburn wrote (761 days ago):
I hope they find my granda soon x
Deborah in Belfast wrote (766 days ago):
I pray that Harry is found safe, and home to his family for christmas xxx
Joan in belfast wrote (766 days ago):
Please have this on tv today .... people need to be more aware!! please have it in ur hearts to care for this elderly man ... Lets bring him home today
joanne in lisburn wrote (766 days ago):
Please god bring harry home for xmas time is ticking and this wee man needs to be found asap <3
Jenna in Belfast wrote (766 days ago):
After a few hours of helping search for Harry today I am still hoping and praying Harry is found soon
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