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Police renew search for man missing in Camden

PUBLISHED: 15:50 17 March 2017 | UPDATED: 15:50 17 March 2017

Timothy Woodgate seen on CCTV.

Timothy Woodgate seen on CCTV.

Met Police

Police have renewed their appeal to the public to help find missing man Timothy Woodgate.

Timothy Woodgate Timothy Woodgate

Mr Woodgate, 35, went missing at 9pm on March 8 in the Camden area.

Since then, Mr Woodgate has been seen on CCTV in Drury Lane walking in the direction of Long Acre, a short time after meeting his family member.

A man believed to be Mr Woodgate was also seen outside Sports Direct on Camden High Street at approximately 6am on Thursday, March 9.

Mr Woodgate is a white man, of slim build around 6ft 2. He has blue eyes and greying short brown hair.

Mr Woodgate was last seen wearing a black hooded jacket, dark coloured brown or purple trousers, black and white trainers and a red and black tartan scarf.

Mr Woodgate has family links to Greenwich and Bromley, and is also a frequent visitor to Camden, Westminster, Southwark and Lambeth.

Officers and Mr Woodgate’s family are becoming increasingly concerned for his safety, as this is entirely out of character.

Anyone who has seen Timothy, or has any information on his whereabouts, is urged to contact police in Westminster via 101 or by tweeting @MetCC.

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