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Family of missing 24-year-old 'increasingly concerned' for his welfare

Michael Hanna from Antrim went missing on Wednesday.

POLICE AND THE family of a missing 24-year-old in Antrim have said they are becoming “increasingly concerned” for his welfare.

Michael Hanna, who is from Ballymoney, was last seen in the town on Wednesday morning between 10.30am and 11am in the Westgate area.

He is described as follows:

  • Around 5’7″
  • Slim build
  • Dark ginger hair
  • Blue eyes

He is believed to have been wearing grey trousers, a red hooded top with a white stripe on the chest, a zip-up blue hooded cardicgan and white trainers.

Police are appealing to Michael or anyone who knows of his whereabouts to contact detectives in Coleraine on the non emergency number 101.

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