Ipswich: Search for Alzheimers’ sufferer

POLICE have launched a search for an Ipswich man suffering from Alzheimer’s who went missing during a trip to London.

Roger Steward, 64, was last seen in Broadgate Circle, near Liverpool Street at at 7pm on Saturday (15th December) in the area of Liverpool Street Station, London.

Roger could be further afield in London as he was seen to enter the tube station at Liverpool Street.

He is white, 5’6” tall, has a full white beard and wears glasses. Wearing a bright blue rain coat over a bright blue fleece jacket, black trousers, and brown shoes.

Roger is extremely vulnerable due to his alzheimers and will not be able to make his own way home.

A spokeswoman for the City of London Police said: “Because of where he was last seen, he could be anywhere and we are very keen to find him.”

If anyone has seen him they should call the City of London Police on 020 7601 2222

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