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Appeal for missing man from Plymstock

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Police are concerned for the welfare of a 52-year-old man who was reported missing on Saturday 17 March.

Francis Mackie (pictured) was last seen by his wife at 10.30am on Friday 16 March 2012 at his home in Plymstock.

When his wife returned two hours later he was not there. He left behind his house keys and wallet containing his bank cards. He does not have any access to any money or vehicles.

Francis has a medical condition for which he is on daily medication, however this was left at home. 

Francis is described as white, aged 52, large build, balding fair hair and was last seen wearing a brown raincoat with fur lining, black trousers, black shoes and possibly a grey flat cap.  

Anyone who sees Francis is asked to call police on 101 quoting reference 263 of 170312.

Release date: 21/03/2012 07:20

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