09/05/2014

Police And Family Appeal Over Missing Man

Police and the family of a missing man have said they are becoming increasingly worried for his safety.

Gary McGrath-Hayes from County Antrim was last seen at home in the Ballybogey area near Ballymoney on Thursday morning at around 07:30.

42-year-old Mr McGrath-Hayes left home in his car, a black Honda Accord, vehicle registration number HEZ 7411.

He is described as being around 5'8" tall, of medium build and with a shaved head.

Gary, or anyone who knows of his whereabouts, is asked to contact Coleraine police station on the non-emergency number 101.

(IT/JP)

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