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Appeal for missing Shoreham man Craig Roberts
The family of a 22-year-old man who has gone missing in Shoreham are asking for “absolutely anything” that may help find him.
Craig Roberts was last seen at his home in Garden Close at about 12.30am on Friday, March 7. He was not seen leaving the address and has not been heard from since.
Craig is described as white, 6’1” and a medium build with black collar length straight hair and a beard.
Police are looking for witnesses to help trace him.
Abigail Roberts, 28, Craig's sister, said that the family is looking for absolutely anything and anyone that may help track him down.
Abigail added that they believe Craig took his distinctive bright orange backpack with him.
According to police it is believed Craig may have been on a train between Shoreham and Worthing on Tuesday, March 11.
It is understood Craig suffers from mental health issues but he has not taken medication and concern is growing for his safety.
The family have set up a Facebook page - Help find Craig Roberts-Miles - and have begun putting up posters appealing for information.
PC Sally Howarth said: “This behaviour is completely out of character for Craig. He left his home address without informing anyone of his intentions and without making provision to stay away from home.
"We are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare and we are keen to speak to anybody who may be able to help us find him so that he can be safely reunited with his family as soon as possible.”
Anyone with information should call 101 quoting serial 1079 or 10/3 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or, if Craig appears hurt or in danger, call 999.
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