Police on Merseyside say they are becoming increasingly concerned for the whereabouts of a 45-year-old man from Wirral.
Simon Watson, 45, of Yewdale Park, Prenton, was last seen in person at 5pm on Wednesday 29 June on Holm Lane in Prenton and was seen on CCTV in a bank in Birkenhead on Saturday 2 July.
He is described as a white male, 6ft tall, of proportionate build, with short grey hair and hazel eyes. When last seen he was wearing blue jeans, a blue shirt, grey jumper, a black beanie hat and brown shoes.
It is thought that Mr Watson may use rail and coach networks to possibly travel to the south coast of England – specifically Eastbourne and Devon.
- Anyone who has seen Mr Watson or has any information about his whereabouts is asked to contact Merseyside Police on 101, the confidential Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111 or the Missing Persons charity on 116 000.
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Our Merseyside correspondent Andy Bonner has the details:
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It comes after crews in New Brighton in Merseyside were called out during the early hours of today after a group of youths ventured onto a boating lake which chasing the character.
"We know that many people are enjoying Pokémon GO across the UK and we wouldn’t want to spoil that fun.
"However, we would ask people to use a little common sense and not to take risks while looking for Pokémon.
"The incident this morning shows that risk taking can put not only you in danger but also the rescue services who have to come to your aid.
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