Concerns for welfare of missing Stevenage man, 24
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An appeal to trace a missing 24-year-old man from Stevenage has been launched by police who are concerned for his welfare.
Nathan Baker was last seen at his home address in School Close between 5pm and 6pm yesterday (Saturday).
He is described as a white man of slim build, around 5ft 10in tall with straight, cropped, mousy coloured hair.
Nathan is clean shaven and was last seen wearing a black jumper, a grey hooded top with possibly a navy or black jacket on top. He was also reported to be wearing black Nike Air Max trainers and grey tracksuit bottoms.
A police spokesman said there is concern for his welfare at this time.
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If anyone has seen Nathan or knows of his whereabouts, call Hertfordshire Constabulary on non-emergency number 101.
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