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Police appeal over missing Chadwell Heath man

PUBLISHED: 09:06 20 May 2018 | UPDATED: 09:06 20 May 2018

Friends and family are worried for Errol Dorset. Photo: Met Police

Friends and family are worried for Errol Dorset. Photo: Met Police

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Police are appealing for the public’s help to look out for a high risk missing man from Chadwell Heath.

Errol Dorset, 35, has been missing from his home since 5pm yesterday, Saturday May 19.

Errol has a tattoo on the right side of his neck which says Dorset and is surrounded by stars. He also has a

tattoo on his left hand which is an Aquarius birth sign.

Friends and family are concerned for Errol’s wellbeing and have not been able to get into contact with him.

He may be travelling towards the Thames Valley area.

Anyone who sees Errol should contact police on 101 quoting reference 18MIS019936.

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