Police say they're very concerned about a missing man from Exeter.
24 year old Dex Johnston was last seen at Exe Bridge near to Alphington Road just after 1am on Saturday 28 May.
We are very concerned for the welfare of Dex Johnston and are appealing to anyone who saw Dex on Saturday night going into Sunday morning.
- 5ft 8ins tall
- medium build
- short dark hair and a full beard
- wearing a white tee-shirt with large black motif, khaki shorts and dark vans footwear
Any sightings please call Police on 101 and quote log 984 28/05/17.
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Dex Johnston, who's 24, was last seen at Exe Bridge at 1am on Sunday morning.
He is 5'8", of medium build with short dark hair, and a full beard. He was wearing a white t-shirt with large black motif, as well as khaki shorts and dark vans footwear.
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