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Renewed appeal for missing man

MISSING: Nathaniel Henry

Police in Southwark continue to appeal for a missing man from the Burgess Park area.

Nathaniel Henry, 37, was last seen in the afternoon of Tuesday, 5 December visiting the Damiola Taylor Centre, on East Surrey Grove in Peckham.
He is known to have contacted a family member later that evening.

Nathaniel is described as a light skinned black man, of slim build, around 6ft tall and balding.
When last seen he was wearing a white hooded top, dark trousers and dark trainers. He was in possession of an iPhone 6 and silver bicycle.

When he went missing, Nathaniel had a prominent graze to the left hand side of his face. He has a tattoo on his right arm of in the shape of a mallet.
He is known to frequent the wider SE15 area.

Detective Inspector Dean Purvis, from Southwark Borough, said: "I am aware of rumours that have circulated that have suggested that Mr Henry may be a risk to the public and is wanted by police; this is not the case and is not helpful to our investigation. These rumours have caused his family great distress. I must reiterate that police are only concerned for the safety of Mr Henry.

"I would urge anyone with information regarding Mr Henry's whereabouts during the days leading up to, and since, 5 December, 2017, to make contact with my team."

Police are asking anyone who knows the current whereabouts of Nathaniel to call police on 101.

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