06/11/2019

Missing Belfast Man Has Been Found- Police

Police have confirmed that missing Belfast man Ken Gibson has been found.

Officers launched an appeal for the 54 year-old who had been missing since Tuesday, 05 November.
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It was confirmed early on Wednesday afternoon that he had been located.

Police thanked the public for their help.



(JG/CM)

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