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Police appeal for help to trace missing Totton man

by on Wednesday 9th July, 2008   2469 Views

26-year-old Jamie Scriven was last seen when he went to visit his mother the evening of Friday, July 4.

JAMIE SCRIVEN

A number of enquiries have been made locally since he was last seen at
7pm on Friday evening.

Mr Scriven’s wife and other family members are growing increasingly
concerned for his welfare as it is unlike him not to be in contact for
a long period of time.

We believe he may have gone to surf in the Devon or Cornwall areas.

He is described as:

  - White
  - Light brown mid-length hair
  - Stubble on his chin
  - Broad build


Anyone who may have seen Jamie Scriven, or has any information which
may assist, should contact Hythe police station on 0845 045 45 45, or
call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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