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Metropolitan Police

Police issue appeal after Dublin pensioner goes missing from care home in north London

Sean Morrison has a mental health condition for which he needs daily medication, police said.

THE METROPOLITAN POLICE has issued an appeal for help in finding a missing man, who is originally from Dublin.

Sean Morrison was last seen at his care home on New North Road, Islington, yesterday evening at around 8.55pm.

Police were called to the care home after receiving reports of an incident between two residents. The 71-year-old is believed to have sustained chest and head injuries in this incident.

He had left the premises after police arrived, and has not been seen since.

Sean is described as being 5ft 5in, and of slim build.

Police added that he has a mental health condition for which he requires daily medication.

They are urging anyone with information to contact them as they say they are seriously concerned for his wellbeing.

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