Search ends for Dartford man who went missing for a week

PUBLISHED: 15:17 17 July 2017 | UPDATED: 15:17 17 July 2017


Police believed he may have been travelling in a Mini Cooper

Police have ended their appeal to find a Dartford man in his 50s who went missing.

Officers had issued two public appeals to find Paul O’Neill after he went missing from the Green Street Green Road area of the town on Friday, July 7.

It was believe the 53-year-old could have been travelling in a blue Mini Cooper while he was missing, with police saying they were “increasingly concerned” for his welfare.

On Friday, July 14, Kent Police announced Mr O’Neill had been found safe and well.

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