Published: 15:00, 04 June 2017
The search for a pensioner who went missing from Sevenoaks has now entered its 11th day.
Ken Henson was last seen by friends and family since last Thursday evening, May 25.
The 80-year-old was spotted on CCTV on Friday, May 26 at a Shell petrol station on Tubbs Hill, but has not been seen since.
Mr Henson is 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)
Chief Inspector Tony Dyer said: "The search for Ken Henson continues and Kent Police remains concerned into his whereabouts.
!We have conducted numerous searches with assistance from partner agencies including Kent Search and Rescue and have sadly not found Ken but we remain committed to helping to reunite him with his family."
Anyone with any information can call Kent Police on 101 quoting crime reference 27-1536.
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