Police in County Durham are appealing for a young man who has gone missing to contact his family. Eighteen-year-old Kelvin Bradley has not returned to his home in Ferryhill, since going out with friends in Newcastle on Saturday night.
Chief Inspector Graham Milne said: “Kelvin’s family are very worried about him as it is completely out of character for him not to return home, or to maintain contact with them. Also, he loves his job, but has not been into work at the graphic design company he is employed at in Hartlepool and, again, that is unusual.
"I would urge Kelvin to contact his parents, or the police, so we can be reassured he is safe and well.”
Ch Insp Milne said enquiries suggested Kelvin was in the vicinity of St James’ Park and the Leazes Park area of Newcastle at about 8pm on July 28 and added: “If anyone thinks they have seen him or has any information at all regarding his whereabouts please get in touch with the police.”
Kelvin is described as 6ft tall, clean shaven with brown hair.