30/05/2017

PSNI Appeal For Missing Man Sean Burns

Police are becoming "increasing concerned" about missing man Sean Burns.

Mr Burns, 30, from Tandragee, was last seen wearing a black biker jacket, black trousers, a multi-coloured Ibiza t-shirt and brown pointed shoes.
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A PSNI spokesperson said: "Anyone seeing anyone matching this description or knows the whereabouts of Mr Burns, please call 101 and quote ref 1173 of 29/5/17."

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