Police say they are 'increasingly concerned' for the welfare of a 44-year-old man who has gone missing from his home.
Jason Graham was last seen at 8am on Thursday at his home in Romford and has not been seen or spoken to since.
He has links to Romford, Dagenham and Leytonstone.
Jason is described as a black male, 5ft 9ins tall of stocky build with short or shaven black hair.
At the time of his disappearance he was wearing a red checked shirt, black leather look jacket and khaki trousers.
Officers say they are increasingly concerned for his wellbeing.
Anyone with any information on his whereabouts should call 101 quoting reference 15MIS019951.
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