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The family of a man who disappeared after he was due to be sentenced in Bournemouth after admitting burglary and other offences have appealed for him to come home.
Dorset detectives say 29-year-old David Joseph Adams was very upset when he went missing earlier this month.
In a statement, they said: “David, we love you very much. No matter what has happened we will support you and stand by you every step of the way. Please don't be scared, we are so worried about you and just want you safe. Come home soon, we are waiting here for you and miss you so much!"
Detectives in Bournemouth have appealed to the public for help finding a man who went missing - shortly after he was due to be sentenced for a number of offences. Police say they are very concerned for David Joseph Adams, 29, from Surbiton in Surrey.
He went missing from an address along Durley Road on 5th March 2014.
David is of medium build and was possibly wearing a burgundy zip-up hooded top when he was last seen. Anyone with information or knowledge as to David’s whereabouts should call Dorset Police on 101.