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Search for 'vulnerable' 78-year-old continues in Belfast

Harry Warwick has been missing since Wednesday.

Image: PSNI Press Office

POLICE IN Northern Ireland have issued another appeal for information over the whereabouts of 78-year-old Harry Warwick.

The PSNI and his family say they are increasingly concerned for his welfare.

The missing man was last seen at his nursing home residence in the Crumlin Road area of Belfast. He is described as between 5′ 6″ and 5′ 8″ tall and of a slight build. When last seen on Wednesday, he was wearing an overcoat, dark-coloured trousers and gold-rimmed tinted glasses.

Harry has been described as vulnerable. Police have asked him or to contact them or his family to let them know if he is safe and well.

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