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Still no sign of pensioner who vanished after hospital visit

STILL MISSING: Stanley Nathanial Henry, 85, disappeared over a week ago

POLICE HAVE renewed their appeal for a missing elderly man from Stratford, east London, who has been missing for more than a week.

Stanley Nathanial Henry, 85, was last seen at 5pm on Friday, March 20, 2015, at St Mary's Hospital in west London, after leaving his home address, but left the hospital without being seen.

"Officers are exceedingly concerned for his safety and welfare as Mr Henry has never been missing for this amount of time," a spokesperson for the Met said.

Mr Henry is described as a black man of slim to medium build and uses a walking stick. He also has a scar on his left eyebrow.

At the time of his disappearance he was wearing a white flat cap and a black, white and brown jacket with brown trousers.

He suffers from dementia and may appear confused and give a surname of Bowry.

Mr Henry is known to frequent churches in east London and also areas near Victoria station and hospitals. He has also been known to travel to the Haringey and Romford areas.

However, officers believe Mr Henry has no means of travel other than on foot, having no money or Oyster Card/Freedom Pass with him.

Officers are appealing for anyone who has seen Mr Henry or who knows of his whereabouts to contact Newham police via 101 or Missing People on 116000 quoting reference: 15MIS010076.

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