‘Please let us know you’re alright’ – Police plea to missing Biggleswade man Wayne Jeffs after extensive searches without success
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‘Please contact police to let us know you’re alright’ – that’s the message from officers to missing Biggleswade man Wayne Jeffs after extensive searches have found no trace of him.
Wayne Jeffs hasn’t been seen since Thursday, April 6, with concern for the 29-year-old’s welfare increasing by the day.
Police have been carrying out a number of lines of enquiry – including phone work and helicopter searches – but there has been no sighting of Wayne since he was reported missing.
Det Insp Janine Graham said: “We have carried out extensive work to find Wayne, but as of yet we have been unable to locate him.
“We’re continuing to urge anyone who believes they may have seen a man matching Wayne’s description in the last two weeks to get in touch, and we would also like to ask Wayne himself to contact us, in confidence, to let us know that he is alright.”
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Wayne is described as white, around 5ft 8in, slim, with brown hair.
He was last seen wearing a blue top, blue work wear trousers, and black trainers. He is also believed to have had a blue hooded top with him from his place of work, Henlow-based NG Bruce Plastering.
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Anyone with information about Wayne is asked to contact Beds police on 101 quoting reference MPC/765/17.