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Missing Birmingham residents found safe and well

West Midlands Police have confirmed that two people reported missing from Birmingham over Christmas have been found.

58-year-old Jasminder Chagger from Tyseley and 47-year-old Christopher Bell from Erdington have been found safe and well.

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Police appeal over missing boy from Stafford

Adam Clowes Credit: Staffordshire Police

Staffordshire Police are appealing for further information regarding a missing boy from Stafford.

Adam Clowes was last seen in the morning on the 3rd of November, and has not been seen since. The police have said that he could potentially be in Burton, Tamworth, Stafford or Stone, as he had links to each of those areas. Adam is fifteen years old.

Adam was described by the police as being mixed race with short dark hair. When he was last seen, he was wearing grey tracksuit bottoms and a black zip-up hoodie.

Concern grows for safety of missing woman

Donna O’Reilly was last seen at around 4am this morning. Credit: Leicestershire Police

Leicestershire Police are appealing for help in finding a 42-year-old woman who has gone missing from Leicester.

Donna O'Reilly was last seen at around 4 O'Clock this morning in the Jarrom Street area of the city and her family are growing increasingly concerned for her safety.

Donna is described as 5ft 6ins tall, has short brown hair and wears glasses. She was last seen wearing a dark coloured jacket with dark trousers, and brown work style boots.

If you have any information as to her whereabout, contact police on 101.

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Appeal to find man missing for three weeks

Dumitru Negoita, also known as ’Alex’ was last seen by work colleagues in Kidderminster just after 4pm near to the train station on Friday 29 April.

Dumitru Negoita

He has been living in Cradley Heath and is known to have received treatment at Russells Hall Hospital after an ambulance was called to Dixie Chicken in Dudley later that evening.

He was discharged on the morning of Saturday 30 April and hasn’t been seen or heard from since.

Mr Negoita is also known to frequent pubs, casinos and amusement arcades in the Cradley area. He also has links to London and Sussex.

Mr Negoita is 36 years old and described as white, 5ft 3ins tall with short fair hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a light coloured hooded top, a blue and red lined gillet, black jogging bottoms and work boots.

Police appeal for 30-year-old man missing since Thursday

Warwickshire Police have appealed for help in their search for a 30-year-old man missing since Thursday.

Damien Ward Credit: Warwickshire Police

Damien Ward was last seen leaving his mother's house on Springwell Road in Leamington Spa on Thursday morning.

He is 6ft tall with short brown hair and stubble. He was last seen wearing black jeans, a grey hoody and a 'Superdry' brown coat.

This is out of character for Damien and we are very keen to speak to anyone who has seen him or may know of his whereabouts.

At the moment we think he may still be Leamington and Warwick area so I would urge local residents to keep a look out for him and report any sightings.

– Sergeant Colin Matthews

Anyone with information that could help with the police inquiry is urged to call 101 and quote incident 202 of 16th April 2016.

Appeal over woman missing with her 21-month-old daughter

Sandeep Kaur has gone missing Credit: West Midlands Police

Police are appealing for information to help trace a woman from Walsall who has disappeared from home with her 21-month-old daughter.

Sandeep Kaur was last seen at Digbeth coach station in Birmingham on Sunday 3 April at around 1.30pm.

She's believed to have boarded a coach which was going to Glasgow.

She told her family that she was going to visit a friend and would be home the next day, but when she didn't return she was reported missing.

Sandeep is originally from Manchester and had recently moved to the region.

"We need to make sure that Sandeep and her child are safe and well and we are appealing to anyone who may know of their whereabouts to give us a call."

– West Midlands Police
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