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Chatham teenage dad Mark Henry Dallas still missing but toddler son is safe and well

08 March 2014
by Thom Morris

A 14-month old toddler feared to have been with his missing teenage father has been found safe and well. 

Officers are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of Mark Henry Dallas, 19, from Chatham

Officers are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of Mark Henry Dallas, 19, from Chatham

Police officers remain concerned for the welfare of Mark Henry Dallas, 19, from Chatham, despite his son being found.

Mr Dallas was last seen in the Wayfield Road area of the town just after midday on Friday, March 7.

Police appealed for any sightings of Mr Dallas or his son. The toddler was last seen wearing dark tracksuit bottoms, a top with a teddy on the front and a coat.

Mr Dallas is described as white, 5ft 11ins, of slim build, brown eyes and dark brown hair.

He was last seen wearing a light grey tracksuit with a hood.

Police have given no details of where the toddler was found or the circumstances surrounding the disappearance.

Kent Police is actively looking for Mr Dallas and officers are urging him to get in contact as soon as possible.

Anyone who knows of Mr Dallas’ whereabouts is urged to call 101.

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