Public urged to help locate missing Selby man

in News/Selby

Selby are appealing for the public’s help to locate a missing man from the town.

William Notley, 57, has not been in contact since he spoke with his wife by telephone at 1pm on Tuesday 24 June 2014, when it is believed he was at his home address on Buller Street’.

He is described as white, around 5ft 6in tall, with a slim build and brown hair. It is possible that he is wearing a brown striped polo shirt, blue jeans and brown trainers.

Police are growing concerned for Mr Notley’s welfare as there are concerns for his health and he has missed an appointment he was due to attend.

Mr Notley’s whereabouts are unknown and it is possible he is anywhere in the country.

Inspector Andy Haigh, who is coordinating the search said: William, if you see or hear this , I urge you to get in touch with your wife straight away as she is desperate to know that you are safe and well. If you would prefer to speak to a police officer please get in touch with us and we will reassure your wife about your welfare.

I am also keen to speak to anyone who has seen Mr Notley, or knows where is now, and ask them to get in touch with the police as soon as possible.

Anyone who can help to locate William Notley should contact North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 1 and pass the details to the Force Control Room. Please quote reference number 12140103250.

Please share the news

 

Support the Harrogate Informer

The Harrogate Informer is asking our readers to support local independent journalism.

We are editorially independent and publish without bias or influence – there is not a rich investor or shareholders that we answer to.

Good journalism is a valuable part of a community, but we want to do more.

Good journalism is about meeting people and covering a story. Our aim is to offer a wide range of news items and present them in an interesting way for all ages.

We are asking our readers to make a small donation, either as a one-off donation or a regular donation each month. Support can be from as little as £1

All contributions are appreciated, whether big or small. It enables us to expand the work that we are already doing.

Tags:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

*

Latest from News

Go to Top