Have you seen missing Cornwall man Andrew Lambert who suffers from amnesia condition and could be in Suffolk?
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A missing Cornwall man suffering an amnesia-related condition could be in Suffolk, police have said as they appeal for the public’s help in finding him.
Andrew Lambert, 58, of Camborne, Cornwall, was last seen at Treliske Hospital in Truro on May 5.
It is believed Mr Lambert may have recently been in Lowestoft.
Devon and Cornwall Police chief inspector Mark Bolt said: “Andrew suffers from a condition which causes amnesia so may be in confused state, and may not even respond to his name.
“Andrew has disappeared before and has been found in locations across the UK such as South Wales and a forest in Somerset.
“He also has family in Norfolk, Kent and Hertfordshire so could be at any of these locations.”
Mr Lambert is also believed to have visited the Broadmarsh shopping centre in Nottingham city centre at around 5.45pm on Monday.
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He is described as 6ft tall, medium build, with grey hair and a beard. He wears glasses, walks with a limp, uses a stick and habitually wears shirts and jeans. He was last seen carrying a sleeping bag.
To help, call Devon & Cornwall Police on 101 quoting police log 252 for May 7.