05/11/2019

PSNI Seek Help Tracing Missing Co Down Man

Police in Co Down are seeking help tracing the whereabouts of James Lewis.

The 58 year-old known locally as Jim was last sighted at Holywood train halt on Friday 01 November.

Jim previously resided in the Donaghadee area and police have advised that he now has a beard and longer hair in contrast to the picture shared.
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When last seen he was wearing a grey thermal top, grey jogging bottoms, sketcher trainers, a flat cap and a blue snood and was carrying plastic shopping bags.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is urged to contact police in Newtownards on 101 quoting reference 1471 of 04/11/19.



(JG/CM)

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