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11/08/2017

Police Appeal To Help Trace Missing Man Geoffrey Montgomery

Police are appealing for information to help trace missing man Geoffrey Montgomery, aged 62.

It is believed he left his home in Serpentine Road in Newtownabbey sometime after midnight on Friday, 11 August.

His wife and family are concerned for his safety and well-being.
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A PSNI spokesperson said: "We believe that Geoffrey left his home address in the area of the Serpentine Road, Newtownabbey, sometime after midnight last night. His current whereabouts are unknown and we have no known way of contacting him.

"At the moment we believe he may be wearing a light olive green track top and a blue/white baseball cap.

"If you can help in any way, please phone Police on 101 quoting reference 248 of 11th August 2017. Please only use 999 if it is an emergency situation."

(CD)

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