Police ‘really concerned’ for missing Southport man with links to Preston

Posted on - 30th July, 2023 - 7:24pm | Author - | Posted in - Preston News, South Ribble News
Mark Poole Pic: Preston Police

Police are asking for the public’s help to locate missing man Mark Poole.

Update: Police said on Monday (31 July) morning they had found Mark and thanked the public for sharing the appeal

Mark was last seen in Lord Street, Southport, at 3pm on Saturday 29 July.

Preston Police say they are becoming ‘really concerned for his welfare’.

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When Mark was last seen he was wearing a blue short sleeved shirt, beige shorts with brown and blue loafer shoes.

Mark is 6’1″, white, and has a stocky build with short grey hair.

He is in possession of a wheelchair with a broken front wheel.

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Police say Mark has links to the Preston area.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting log-LC-20230730-0597. For immediate sightings of Mark please call 999.

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