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Concern for missing man, Truro and Torbay

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Police in Cornwall are asking the public to tell them if they see a man missing from the Truro area.


Police believe that he is now in the Torbay area and urgently need to speak to him, primarily, to ensure he is safe and well.


He has been seen in Paignton and is believed to still be in the area staying with friends.

Gerard Kearney is 53 years old and is described as being white, medium build and has short dark brown hair.


He had recently visited hospital for treatment for a facial injury and so may have a hospital dressing on his cheek. He also has scars on his neck.


He may be dressed in hospital pyjamas and a dark coloured coat.


Police are becoming extremely concerned for his safety.


Anyone who has seen Mr Kearney in the last three days is asked to call the police on 101 quoting log 882 271012.




Release date: 13/11/2012 15:05

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