Missing pensioner with dementia last seen in Welling

PUBLISHED: 10:06 15 December 2015 | UPDATED: 10:06 15 December 2015

Brian Byford

Brian Byford


He went missing on Monday

A 79-year-old man with dementia has been reported missing, after he was last seen at a bus stop in Welling.

Brian Byford’s family are concerned for his welfare after he was last seen at a bus stop in Hook Lane, at around 1pm yesterday (Monday) afternoon.

Mr Byford is described as a white man, between 5ft9ins and 5ft11ins, with short grey hair and slim build.

He was last seen wearing a coat, smart beige trousers and brown shoes.

Anyone with any information on Mr Byford’s whereabouts is asked to contact Bexley CID on 07595 009008 quoting reference 15MIS050049

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