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Mountain rescue team join search for Sheffield man missing for nearly three weeks

Woodhead mountain rescue team and their specialist dogs joined South Yorkshire police in the search for a man who has been missing from Sheffield for nearly three weeks.

Police believe Minod Monger may be in the local area Credit: South Yorkshire Police

Minod Monger, who is originally from Nepal, was last seen in the Remington Road area of Parson Cross in Sheffield at around 6pm.

Police believe he could be in the local area and could be sleeping rough.

We’re asking people to be aware of signs that could indicate Minod has been in the area. For example, please check your sheds and outbuildings in case he has been in there or staying there.

We know that he has experience of building dens and foraging and may have been doing that since he was last seen.

– South Yorkshire Police spokesperson

Searches of the Hartley Brook area and parts of the Trans Pennine Trail took place, while Minod’s friends and family, supported by officers, assisted in searching Concord and Longley Parks.

Minod Monger, speaks very little English Credit: South Yorkshire Police

Police released new cctv footage of the 23-year-old man who has been described as 'vulnerable' on Thursday June 27th. It showed him walking along Little Fell Road in Sheffield and then along Fountain Crescent.