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Missing autistic Headcorn man Christopher Fisher was last seen near Pluckley

By Luke May

Police have renewed their appeal to find an autistic man who went missing this week.

Christopher Fisher, known as Chris, was reported missing on Thursday evening, having last been seen in or around Dering Woods near Pluckley, Ashford.

The 31-year-old from Headcorn was in a distressed state when he was last seen.

Chris Fisher went missing on Thursday, August 9 (3549508)
Chris Fisher went missing on Thursday, August 9 (3549508)

Inspector Carl Howsen said: "Christopher is autistic and was distressed when he went missing. If you see him, please call us and do not approach him because it will scare him and cause him more distress.

"He is reported to be wearing dark trousers and either a blue rain coat or a navy blue zip-up hooded top.

Chris Fisher
Chris Fisher

"He had his black and white Spaniel dog called Molly with him. Prior to being reported missing, he was driving a silver Vauxhall Corsa, which has since been located, but we are keen to hear from anyone who might remember seeing him in the car on 9 August.

Black and white Spaniel Molly was with Chris Fisher when he was reported missing. (3549510)
Black and white Spaniel Molly was with Chris Fisher when he was reported missing. (3549510)

"We remain concerned for Christopher’s welfare and keen to reunite him with his family as quickly as possible."

If you know where Christopher is please call Kent Police on 101 quoting reference 09-1026.

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