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Sevenoaks: Police continue to search for missing pensioner Ken Henson

By Natalie Tipping

The search continues for a pensioner who went missing eight days ago.

Sevenoaks pensioner Ken Henson hasn't been seen by friends or family since last Thursday evening, May 25.

Officers are paying particular attention to the area around the 80-year-old's home, near Oakhill Road.

Ken Henson has been missing since May 25 from Sevenoaks

He was spotted on CCTV last Friday morning at a Shell petrol station on Tubbs Hill, but has not been spotted since.

Mr Henson is described as white, 5ft 7in tall with grey hair, bald on top, with a short beard.

The search is being coordinated by Kent Police and Kent Search and Rescue (KSAR).

Angus Turnbull, a KSAR search manager, said: “We have had search teams working since early on Sunday, including four specialist search dogs.

Ken Henson was seen on CCTV in the Shell petrol station on Tubbs Hill, Sevenoaks, on Friday, May 25

"There is a systematic search plan in place to find Ken and we would urge the public to recall their movements in or around Sevenoaks railway station on Friday in case they saw him.

"We would also ask the residents of Sevenoaks to check their gardens and any sheds or outbuildings in case Ken has sought shelter."

Kent Fire and Rescue Service also helped with the search on Saturday when they launched their drone over Sevenoaks Nature Reserve.

Anyone who has seen Mr Henson or knows where he is, is asked to contact police on 101 and quote incident number 27-1536.

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