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Sister appeals for Hastings man who has not been seen for two months to call home
The sister of missing man Norman Race is urging him to call to say he is safe.
Norman Race, 62, of George Street, Hastings, was reported missing on September 4.
He had last been spoken to by a friend on August, when he said he was 'camping up north'.
Now police believe he may be in the Kent area and have asked Kent Police to make enquiries.
His sister Lilian said: "If anyone knows where Norman is, or he hears this plea please get in touch. Norman, I just want to know you are safe. My brother is an introvert but has never gone away for this amount of time. As far as I know he has little money on him. If anyone knows where he may be they should let police know."
Mr Race is 5' 7", slim , with blue eyes, short hair and is usually bearded. He lives alone, works in the building trade on a self-employed basis, and enjoys cycling. His bike, which is also missing, usually has a small trailer attached.
Inspector Paul Phelps said: "Mr Race could be anywhere in the region or even the country due to his love of cycling. He does often cycle long distances and lives an independent life. .
"We are keen to find him just to ensure that he is safe and well. Anyone who has any information as to where he might be, and Mr Race himself, are asked to contact Sussex Police on 101 quoting serial 1740 of 4/9."
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