MISSING: Northampton man, 62, believed to be in London
Northamptonshire Police are continuing to try and trace a man missing from Northampton.
Keith Gregory, aged 62, went missing from Duston, Northampton, at around 10.15am on Monday, November 14 and officers now believe he is in London.
Mr Gregory was seen arriving at Euston Train Station shortly after going missing last Monday.
He has not taken medication with him and is believed to be vulnerable.
A spokesman for Northamptonshire Police said: “We are continuing to appeal for the public’s help in tracing missing man Keith Gregory, who we believe is in London
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He has links to London, specifically the Brick Lane and Golders Green areas and it is believed that he may have travelled to those areas.
We are appealing for people to let us know if they have seen him in the last week.”
Keith, pictured, is white, 6ft 2ins and was wearing a navy shirt and black trousers when he was last seen.
People are advised not to approach Mr Gregory directly but to call police immediately on 999.