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Police in the north are "increasingly concerned" for a man who went missing on Halloween

William was dressed in a silver skeleton Halloween costume.

William Davey and, right, in costume on Halloween.
William Davey and, right, in costume on Halloween.
Image: PSNI

POLICE AND THE family of missing 21 year old William Davey, are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare.

Constable Caroline Taylor of Larne Police Station said William had gone missing on Halloween.

“William went to a bar in the Lower Cross Street area of Larne on the evening of Saturday 31 October and was last seen in the Upper Main Street area at about 1.30am on Sunday 1 November.

“He was wearing a silver skeleton Halloween costume. He is described as being 5’8” tall, of slim build and has blond hair.

“William, or anyone who knows of his whereabouts, is asked to contact Larne Police Station on the non emergency number 101.”

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