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Police concerned about welfare of missing Cradley Heath man
9:50am Friday 12th October 2012 in News
POLICE in Cradley Heath are worried about the welfare of a man who went missing from his home earlier this week.
David Bissell, 42, left his home on Petford Street at around 8pm on Monday, October 8.
It is believed that David visited the Shoulder of Mutton pub in Blackheath later that evening. He has not been seen since.
David is described as 5ft 10" with short brown hair and has a tattoo of Liverpool FC on his right arm.
He was last seen wearing a dark coloured zip-up jacket, checked shirt, blue jeans and white Nike trainers.
His family are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare and local police are appealing for any information that could help trace him.
Anyone has seen David since he went missing, should call Cradley Heath police on 101 alternatively they can leave information with the national charity, Missing, by calling 1166 0000