Police remain concerned over missing Cumbria man
Last updated at 17:13, Tuesday, 20 August 2013
Cumbria Police are continuing in their appeal for any information regarding the whereabouts of a man who has gone missing.
David Stockdale, 58, from Lorton, Cockermouth has been missing since Thursday 15th August. He is currently believed to be of no fixed abode and is likely to be in the Keswick or Whinlatter area.
He is described as a white male, aged 58 years old and has a pale complexion. He is approximately 5ft 10” tall and has an athletic build. His hair is greying and is prone to curls at the back.
Mr Stockdale is very athletic and can cover large distances on foot. He is also likely to be on a Boardman bicycle (hybrid) which is dark in colour with white forks. He is also known to enjoy photography.
He often wears a baseball cap and tracksuit bottoms, from old photos he has a prominent Adam’s apple and dark eyes. He has quite a long face and often wears smart trainers.
He is not in any trouble whatsoever, this is purely a concern for his welfare.
Please can members of the community in Keswick and Cockermouth look out for David. If you see him or have any information and please contact Cumbria Police on 101 and ask for the on-duty Sergeant at Cockermouth Police Station.
First published at 17:11, Tuesday, 20 August 2013
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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