Bristol police appeal: Have you seen this missing man Downend?

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By matt_2009 | Monday, December 31, 2012, 15:52

Stephen Hammond, 30, was last seen at 9pm on Friday evening (December 28) on Downend Road.

He is considered vulnerable because of his health needs and since he was reported missing police have been carrying out enquiries to locate Stephen and make sure he is safe and well.

A police spokesman said: "Stephen was last seen cycling away from Downend in the direction of Fishponds and enquiries suggest he has been in the Horfield area."

Stephen is described as very slim, with hair about 2 inches long (unlike his photo) and with a chipped front tooth. He was last seen wearing a light grey sweatshirt with a white Nike logo on the chest, grey shorts and khaki trainers with Velcro straps. He was riding a silver bike.

Anyone who has seen Stephen since he went missing should contact police on 101.

      

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