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Residents in the Farnham area asked to check outbuildings and sheds in relation to missing person Richard Morris

Alert message sent 11/05/2020 14:41:00

Information sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary


Further to our appeal regarding missing Richard Morris from Bentley, the search for Richard is ongoing.
 
We are now asking residents in the surrounding areas if they could assist by checking sheds, outbuildings and gardens. We would also love to hear from any residents or businesses with CCTV that could help our enquiries.
 
The 52-year-old went missing from the Bentley area at 10.30am on 6 May.
 
It is believed that Richard, who is described as being white with greying hair and a beard and a distinctive birth mark on his face, was running in the local area when he went missing.
 
He was last seen wearing a blue long sleeved top with a half zip, black shorts, and blue trainers.
 
We would also very much like to thank the public for their response to this appeal, including volunteers from Hampshire Search and Rescue who have assisted us in our search for Richard.
 
We would like to reassure people that we have professional search teams conducting a thorough search of local areas and would respectfully ask members of the public not to attempt to look for Richard, outside of your own property, themselves.
 
This is so teams can accurately monitor all areas that have been police searched to a professional standard and so potential tracking can be conducted by search dogs.
 
We again appeal for anyone with information and also ask residents to check their outbuildings for any signs that someone might have been sheltering there or for discarded items.
 
If you can help please get in touch by phoning 101 and quote the reference 44200160398.
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Jessica Blackwell (Police, Corporate Communications Officer, Hampshire)

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