Leigh Headland: Police appeal for missing Stevenage man again after two weeks

Leigh Headland, who went missing from Stevenage on October 30. Picture: Herts police

Leigh Headland, who went missing from Stevenage on October 30. Picture: Herts police - Credit: Archant

A 51-year-old man has now been missing from Stevenage for more than two weeks – and police have now appealed to him directly to get in touch,

Leigh Headland was last seen in Six Hills Way at 10pm on Monday, October 30, and is thought by police to have travelled to Norfolk.

He is described as a slim white man with dark hair, and was last seen wearing a red T-shirt, grey hoodie and either dark blue jeans or black combat trousers.

Sgt Richard Griffiths of the Stevenage intervention and response team said: “It has now been more than two weeks since Leigh was last seen by somebody known to him.

“We have reason to believe Leigh has travelled to Norfolk, specifically the King’s Lynn and Hunstanton areas. We are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare.


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“Leigh, if you are reading this – please get in touch and let us know you are okay. Your family and friends are very worried about you.”

Anyone who has seen Leigh or who knows of his whereabouts should call Hertfordshire Constabulary’s non-emergency number 101, quoting ISR 257 of November 1.

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