Police have made a new appeal for information to trace Preston man Steven Durand.Advertisement
The 31-year-old went missing from Hornby Avenue, in Ingol, on October 28.
Steven’s mother Christine Durand has appealed directly for him to come home.
At 2pm on 19 October, his cards were used at a cash machine in Chorley
He then travelled by train from Chorley to Manchester during the afternoon of 19 October
Around 7am on 20 October he was seen on CCTV in Bargain Booze in Bolton Road, Salford
Steven then visited the Premier Store in Agecroft Road, Swinton, at 11am on 20 October. This is the last confirmed sighting.
She said: “Steven suffers from mental health issues but is a very kind soul and will talk to anyone. I’d ask that people think back to those dates in October and have a really good think if they were in the Chorley or Manchester areas.
“Did you see my son or even have a conversation with him? Steven has been gone for eight months now and my one plea is that people don’t forget about him. Every month that passes is another without my son and another month of pain and worry.”
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Steven is mixed race, 5’10”, stocky, with cropped dark hair.
He walks with a noticeable limp due to having cerebral palsy.
DC Jon Quinn said: “Steven’s disappearance is of great concern for us and we are doing all we can to find him but we need the public’s help. Somebody must know something and I’d urge anyone with information, no matter how small or insignificant they think it is, to make contact with us today.”
Anyone with information should call police on 101 quoting log 0820 of October 28
Or you can contact independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800555111 and give information anonymously.
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