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Police search Langdon Cliffs, at Dover, Kent, for missing man Neal Sebastian from Uxbridge

28 June 2014
by Beth Robson

Investigations into the disappearance of missing man Neal Sebastian are ongoing after his car was found at Langdon Cliffs, sparking a hunt with dogs on Friday night.

Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of the 69 year-old from Uxbridge who may be in the Dover area.

Mr Sebastian was last seen on Wednesday 25 June in the Hillingdon area at about 9am.

This morning, a Metropolitan Police spokesman said: "Investigations are ongoing."

Police are growing concerned about the welfare of missing Uxbridge man Neal Sebastian

Police are growing concerned about the welfare of missing Uxbridge man Neal Sebastian

Mr Sebastian is white, 5ft 10in, of slim build with short grey hair. He was last seen wearing a beige-coloured shirt, blue jeans and a blue leather jacket.

On Friday night, officers were conducting a search at Langdon Cliffs. 

KM reporter Sam Lennon, from Dover was walking near the cliffs when the search was happening. He said: "Police vehicles were based near the tourist centre at Langdon cliff, at about 7.45pm when I was hillwalking.

"The area was sealed off by police who were also searching undergrowth and they had at least one spaniel.
"I was told by one officer he was a 69-year-old man from London called Neal."
Acting PS James Bister from Hillingdon Missing Persons Unit, said: "Mr Sebastian was driving a silver-coloured VW Tiguan registration number VN63 0NA.
"This car has now been located in the car park of the National Trust at Langdon Cliffs in Dover, Kent.
"We know that Mr Sebastian was at his car sometime on Wednesday night into Thursday morning.

"Mr Sebastian's behaviour is very out of character and we are becoming increasingly concerned for his well-being and as far as we know he has no links to this area."

If anyone has information on his whereabouts please call police on 101 or Missing People on 116 000 quoting ref 14MIS022249.

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