Concern for missing Warwick man

By Kevin Unitt Monday 07 January 2013 Updated: 07/01 13:53

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Bernard Tandi, of Portobello Way in Warwick, was reported missing on January 3. (s)

POLICE are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 38-year-old man who has not been seen since New Year's Day.

Bernard Tandi, of Portobello Way in Warwick, was reported missing on January 3 after he was last seen at his home address at about 6pm. Since this time he has failed to attend his place of work or make contact with any family or friends.

Officers have conducted searches of his home address and places which he is known to frequent but these have been inconclusive.

Mr Tandi's family is becoming increasingly concerned for his well-being and are anxious to learn of his safety and whereabouts as his disappearance is completely out of character.

He is described as an African man, 5'9 tall, of a medium build with black short hair and brown eyes. It is not known what clothing he could be wearing but he usually wears jeans and he is a smoker.

Anyone who sees Mr Tandi or who may have information about his location, either in Warwick or any other location, is asked to contact Warwickshire Police on 101 or 01926 415000.

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