Pensioner missing without medication
Police are appealing for assistance in tracing a missing 73-year-old man with high blood pressure and epilepsy.
Officers are concerned for the welfare of Kermith Samuda, who was reported missing from Antill Road in Tottenham on Saturday.
He is 5ft 4ins tall and walks with a limp. He has no known next of kin and no mobile phone or bus pass. He suffers from epilepsy, high blood pressure and has a heart condition.
He may be confused and become agitated because police believe he has not taken his medication.
Although Mr Samuda has gone missing previously, police are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare because of his medical condition and lack of medication.
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Anyone with information should contact the Missing Person Unit at Haringey police on 020-8345 1809 or Missing People on 0500-700 700.
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