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Sister of missing Sevenoaks man appeals to public for help

The sister of a man who has been missing for almost two weeks is urging the public to help find him.

Zoe Ades's 27-year-old brother Guy Berry was reported missing from the Dunton Green area on Easter Sunday and police launched an appeal in a bid to track him down.

Mrs Ades described her brother’s disappearance as “very out of character” and said she is desperate to find him.

Guy Berry went missing on Easter Sunday
Guy Berry went missing on Easter Sunday

She said: “Guy keeps in contact with everybody. It is not like him to just disappear anywhere without somebody knowing.

“He had plans that day to meet people. He left without his belongings and went without a coat and his mobile phone was left behind. He had no wallet and no keys.

“Family members had been in contact with him because he was going to visit his brother later that day.

“He has got Dougie who is 17 months old. He doted over him and he took him to the Isle of Wight to meet family. He thought the world of him.

“Please, please, if you have any information we urge people to come forward because it now over 12 days and we are desperate for any news and for his safe return or to know he is safe.”

Mr Berry is white, of medium build, around 5ft, 7in with short light brown hair and blue eyes.

It is believed he may in the Sevenoaks area but also has connections with Croydon.

Chief Inspector Tony Dyer said: "We are growing increasingly concerned for Guy’s welfare and would urge anyone who has seen him or has any information that may help to contact us."

Anybody with information can call 101 quoting reference 01-0569.

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