Police are concerned for the welfare of a "vulnerable" man who's gone missing from Gloucester.
27 year old Curtis Hastings is missing from his home in Sandyleaze. He was last seen early on Sunday morning at 8am (15 January).
Curtis didn’t tell anyone where he was going - he has taken his bus pass.
He is not very familiar with Gloucester but it’s thought that he may be in the Hempsted area of the city.
- 5’ 10’ tall
- slim build
- believed to be wearing a black wool jacket, grey shirt and black trousers
If you have seen Curtis or know of his whereabouts please call 101 quoting incident number 178 of 15 January 2017.
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