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Remains of missing man Harry Warwick identified

The 78-year-old had been missing since December 2012.

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REMAINS FOUND IN Belfast last month are those of missing man Harry Warwick, the PSNI has confirmed.

The 78-year-old had been missing from his nursing home residence on Crumlin Road in Belfast since 19 December.

His family had described him as vulnerable and were increasingly worried for his welfare. They have been informed of the discovery, which was made in the Mill Valley Road on 25 February.

Police thanked members of the community who had carried out searches of the area.

Read: Search for ‘vulnerable’ 78-year-old continues in Belfast

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