Missing man could be in Hampshire

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CONCERNS are growing for a missing man with depression who is thought to be in Hampshire.

Ian Beaver, 48, has not been seen since leaving his home in Hayes, Middlesex, at about 1pm yesterday.

He left without his car or motorbike.

Mr Beaver is 5ft 10in tall with collar length dark brown hair, stubble and a slim build.

He was last seen wearing a maroon polo shirt with horizontal stripes and an ‘Airmax’ logo, black plain trousers, and black trainers.

Police believe he is suffering from depression and is known to enjoy spending time in woodland areas and open spaces.

Detective Inspector Stephen O’Connor of Hillingdon CID said: ‘We are very concerned for Ian’s welfare and urge him to contact his family or police as soon as possible. His wife and family are worried about him and wish him to return home. They need to know he is safe and well.

‘I also appeal to the public to assist us in tracing him. If anyone has seen Ian or has any information on his whereabouts they are urged to contact police.’

Anyone with information should call Hillingdon Police on 0208 246 1413 or 101.