Police say a serving Greater Manchester Police inspector who vanished on Thursday has turned up safe and well.
Colleagues say 43 year old Jon Percival was recently involved in a car accident and was currently off work recovering from a head injury which has left him with some short-term memory loss.
Chief Superintendent Mary Doyle said: “I would ask anyone who knows where Jon is or if anyone has seen a man matching this description to contact officers on 101.”
Jon suffered memory loss in a recent car accident although this did not occur whilst on duty.
Jon Percival was last seen leaving his home address on Greenleaf Close in Boothstown at around midday yesterday, Thursday 15 May 2014. He was wearing a long black coat and dark clothing and is described as 5’8 ft tall, with green eyes and short dark brown hair of slim build, north west accent.
Chief Superintendent Mary Doyle, said, “We know that Jon left his home around midday yesterday, leaving behind his mobile phone and house keys. He was dressed in a long black coat and dark clothing which was slightly unusual due to the weather being so warm yesterday
Jon was recently involved in a car accident and is currently off work recovering from a head injury which has left him with some short-term memory loss.