Family and police ‘increasingly concerned’ for man missing since Sunday
The PSNI has reissued an appeal to help locate a ‘high risk’ missing person who has been missing for four days.
Police and the family of Abhristin Ocadhlaigh are becoming increasingly concerned for his wellbeing.
Mr Ocadhlaigh, (aged 49), from the Ormeau Road, Belfast was last seen in Belfast with reports he may have been spotted in Portadown and Lurgan.
A PSNI spokesperson said: “He was last seen leaving the Royal Victoria Hospital at around 6.45 pm on May 2nd.
“He is described as slim to medium build, 5’6” in height with black short hair.
“He is believed to have been wearing a burgundy coloured jumper with small white dashes, navy/dark jeans and navy moccasin style slippers
“There are reports that he may have been seen in the Portadown and Lurgan areas.
“Police are asking Abhristin, or anyone who may have information on his whereabouts, to contact them on 101 quoting reference 1639 of 2/5/21.”
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