Missing Cumbria man - family not giving up hope of finding him
Last updated at 11:31, Tuesday, 14 January 2014
THE family of a missing 26-year-old Cumbria man are not giving up hope of finding him.
Tom McMorrow, of Penrith, went missing on Sunday January 5, and not been seen or heard from since that date. Underwater Search Teams, Mountain Rescue and Police Officers had been in the area of his last sighting, Ullswater Lake, in an effort to find him.
While the intensive searching has been scaled down, his family are not giving up hope of finding him.
Inspector David Willetts said: “Police Officers will continue to search the shore line, when in the area, for any signs of Tom and his family and friends continue to hope for his return. They have been in the local area putting up poster’s appealing for anyone who may have seen him to get in contact.
“We continue to appeal for anyone to with any information to get in contact.”
Mr McMorrow is described as approximately 5 ft 11 inches in height, slim build and with short brown hair which is receding at the front. He was last seen wearing blue denim trousers, a long sleeved white shirt and brown shoes.
Anyone who knows of Mr McMorrow’s whereabouts or anyone who as seen someone matching his description, is asked to call Cumbria Police on 101, asking to speak to the duty Sergeant at Penrith Police Station.
Police are especially interested in hearing from anyone who has yet to be in contact, who saw him or anyone matching his description between the critical times of 10pm to midnight on January 4.
First published at 11:29, Tuesday, 14 January 2014
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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