Concern growing for missing Woodrow man

By Harriet Ernstsons Tuesday 06 November 2012 Updated: 06/11 12:11

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CONCERN is growing for the welfare of a Woodrow man who has not been seen for three days.

Kevin Hawke had been living with his girlfriend in Kempsey Close and was last seen by her at 9.30am on Saturday (November 3) when he left their home.

There has been no contact from the 30-year-old since then and he did not turn up for work in Redditch the following day.

PC Hayley Cherrington said: "Mr Hawke had only been in Redditch since the end of September and has no access to a car. He has not been in contact with friends or family and it is out of character for him to go missing like this.

"He has only a relatively small amount of money on him and has none of his belongings so all the circumstances do give rise to concern for his welfare. We need to establish that he is safe and would appeal for him to contact us or anyone else who has seen or heard from him, or indeed knows where he is now."

He is white, 5ft 8in and has shaven brown hair. When he went missing he was wearing a black leather jacket, blue jeans and black and white trainers. He has connections with the Burnley and Blackburn area.

Anyone with any information about Mr Hawke should call West Mercia Police on 101, quoting incident reference number 234-S-031112.

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