Published: 00:00, 09 May 2014
| Updated: 11:41, 09 May 2014
Police say they are growing increasing concerned for the welfare of a man who has been missing since early April.
Vincent Newell, 48, has had recent telephone contact with his family and there have also been sightings that suggest he is well and frequenting the Maidstone area.
But due to the passage of time his family and police are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare.
He has missed medical appointments as a result of staying away from home, and requires medication that if not taken could in time make his behaviour unpredictable.
Inspector Jerry Prodger from Kent Police said: "I would appeal for anyone with any information to contact us, and likewise for Mr Newell to call us so we can check he is safe.
"It is possible that without his medication he could become vulnerable or unpredictable, so we would suggest that if anyone sees him instead of talking to him directly they contact police."
Anyone with any information should contact Kent Police by calling 101, quoting incident reference 0403-0770.
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