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Clacton: Concerns for man missing since Thursday morning

10:08 03 May 2014

Archant

Police are concerned for the safety of a man from Clacton who has not been seen since Thursday morning.

Daniel O’Brien’s partner left for work shortly before 8:30am from their home on Cambridge Road, but returned home later that morning to find the 43-year-old had left the house and without his mobile telephone.

Mr O’Brien is described as white, approximately 5ft 9ins tall and has dark-brown hair. He was last seen wearing blue jean, blue shoes and a grey buttoned jumper.

Anyone with information should contact Essex Police immediately on 999.

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