Missing man 'could pose danger'

Police are speaking to homeless charities to try to trace 52-year-old David Harold Hraboweckyj.

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Police need to find missing man "urgently"

All policing teams officers in the Hastings district have been told to look for Mr Hraboweckyj while on patrol. Homeless shelters and soup kitchens have been made aware, because there are suggestions that Mr Hraboweckyj has been seen with street drinkers.

We are doing all we can to try to trace Mr Hraboweckyj so he can be given his medication. I would like to stress again that it is totally out of character for him to have stopped taking it. We need to find him urgently and are keen to speak to anyone who might have an idea where he is or where he has been since he went missing. If you see him please call 999 so that we can help him.

– PC Ayse Kimber, Sussex Police

If you have information about Mr Hraboweckyj call 101 quoting serial 7 of 17 September.

Missing man "could pose danger to public"

David Harold Hraboweckyj hasn't taken his medication for more than a week Credit: Sussex Police

Police are speaking to homeless charities to try to trace 52-year-old David Harold Hraboweckyj.

Officers are extremely concerned for the safety of Mr Hraboweckyj, who left his home in Charles Road, St Leonards, on the morning of Monday 16 September and has not been seen since.

Mr Hraboweckyj is a paranoid schizophrenic who last took his medication on the day he disappeared.

It is believed that it has been so long since he took his medication that he could now pose a danger to the public if challenged.

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