Published: 00:06, 16 August 2014
| Updated: 15:35, 16 August 2014
Kent Police are appealing for the public’s help in locating a Chatham man who hasn't been seen for three weeks.
Antonio Garrington, 39, was formally reported missing on August 11 after a friend became increasingly concerned by his failure to return home.
Kent Police said officers have pursued a number of lines of enquiry to attempt to trace Mr Garrington but with no further sightings of him they are now turning to the public for help.
Sgt Simon Fullagar said: "The last confirmed sighting of Mr Garrington was when he spoke to a friend in Cuxton Road, Strood, on July 24. He is not known to associate with many people and he does not have a car.
"Due to the length of Mr Garrington’s continued disappearance we are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare. He is around 5ft 5in/158cm tall and he may be sleeping rough in the Medway area.
"We are asking for Mr Garrington to get in touch with us, and for the public to report any sightings or pass any information regarding his whereabouts by contacting 101 and quoting reference 11-599."
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