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Fears grow for missing man, 32, last seen a week ago in north London
Fears grow for missing 32-year-old man last seen seven days ago after a gig in north London
- Nathan Cole, 32, was last in contact with his family on 21 January in Wandsworth
- He was seen boarding a 158 bus on Black Horse Road, E17 towards Chingford
- Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 or Tweet @MetCC quoting 23MIS002577
Fears are growing for a missing man who was last seen a week ago after he told family he was going to a gig in north London.
Nathan Cole, 32, from Notting Hill was last in contact with his family at 9.33pm on January 21 in Wandsworth.
He told them that he was going to a gig in Camden.
CCTV footage shows Mr Cole’s last sighting on January 21 at 10.46pm. He was last seen boarding a 158 bus on Black Horse Road in east London that was heading north towards Chingford.
Nathan Cole, 32, from Notting Hill was last in contact with his family at 9.33pm on 21 January in Wandsworth
Before getting on the bus, Mr Cole was recorded buying four cans of larger in a local shop
Before getting on the bus, Mr Cole was recorded buying four cans of larger in a local shop.
He is 5ft 10in, of a slim build with brown short hair and wears glasses.
Mr Cole was last seen wearing a light jacket, red scarf and black top, trousers and shoes. He was also carrying a dark rucksack.
He has not been to work or been in touch with his family, and there has been no activity on his bank account or phone.
Detective Sergeant Julie Morrow of the Central West Missing Person Unit, said: ‘This is totally out of character for Nathan and both his family and officers are extremely concerned for his welfare.
‘If anyone has any information, or saw Nathan, please contact police.
‘Any small bit of information could be vital and may save hours of police work by directing officers to where Nathan was last seen.
‘Lastly my appeal is to Nathan, if you are well then please contact your family who are so very worried about you, or contact officers, you are not in any trouble and we just want to know you are okay.’
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 or Tweet @MetCC quoting 23MIS002577
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