Plea to find missing West Leigh man

James Searson
James Searson
Alex Wardle, from Lee-on-the-Solent, collapsed at home and tragically died in March 2016, aged 23. 

From left: Alex's father, Stephen Wardle, sister Gemma Wardle, Alex Wardle and his mother, Denise Wardle.

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A 25-YEAR-OLD man who went missing has still not been found.

James Searson, of Whitsbury Road, West Leigh, was last seen on Wednesday walking to Fratton railway station, after leaving work at the Searson Family Funeral Service in Southsea.

As reported, it is not known whether he arrived at the station and got on a train.

James, who has special needs, left the funeral service at midday – but was meant to stay on all day.

At Saturday’s Pompey against Plymouth football match in Fratton Park, a plea was made to help find the man.

Posters have also been out around Portsmouth, and an appeal is also on the internet.

Anyone with information about James’s whereabouts should call police on 101.