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"We'll keep searching" say friends and family of missing clubber

The family and friends of a missing Kent man have spent the day giving out leaflets to the public, as they try to find out what happened to him. Twenty eight year old Patrick Lamb disappeared a week ago after he left a bar in Maidstone. His bank account hasn't been touched. Yesterday police divers searched the river Medway but found nothing. Andrea Thomas has the latest. She spoke to Patrick's sister Zoe, his girlfriend Natasha Morgan and Chief Inspector Susie Harper from Kent Police.

Man missing from Reading

Viet-Anh Luong hasn't been seen since Tuesday Credit: Thames Valley Police

Thames Valley Police is appealing for the public's help in tracing a man missing from his home in Reading.

Viet-Anh Luong (usually known as Val), is 33-years-old. He was last seen at his home in Ian Mikardo Way, Caversham on Tuesday but was reported missing yesterday.

Viet-Anh is described as Asian, between 5ft 10ins and 6ft, hunched over, slim, with short black hair and a black beard. He has brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a brown coat.

Anyone with any information about Viet-Anh's whereabouts is asked to contact Det Sgt Crowther at Thames Valley police via 101.

"We are concerned for Viet-Anh's welfare. He has not been in contact since Tuesday . He has not gone missing before so we would urge anyone who knows of his whereabouts or has seen him to give Thames Valley Police a call on 101. He is believed to have links to the Stepney area of East London."

– Det Sgt Will Crowther from Force CID at Reading Police Station

Serious collision near Hunton

Kent Police is appealing for any witnesses with information about a serious collision to come forward.

At 9.49pm on 19 December, a blue Peugeot 307 travelling on Lug Horse Lane in the village of Hunton came off the road at a junction and collided with a wall.

A 21 year-old local woman, who had been driving the car, was seriously injured and taken to a London hospital for treatment. She remains in a critical condition.

"The incident happened at the junction of Lug Horse Lane and Hunton Hill. The blue coloured Peugeot 307 appears to have been the only vehicle involved but we would like to hear from anyone who saw the incident, or the vehicle prior to the collision occurring, to make contact with us."

– Investigating officer Police Constable Graham Holdstock

Anyone who witnessed the collision or saw the blue Peugeot 307 in the area is requested to call the Kent Police Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 01622 798538, quoting 19-1738.


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