Missing man could be in Devon

PUBLISHED: 17:01 28 March 2014 | UPDATED: 17:04 28 March 2014

Paul Smith has been missing from his home on the Isle of Wight since Saturday, March 22.

Paul Smith has been missing from his home on the Isle of Wight since Saturday, March 22.

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Police appeal for information on missing man from Isle of Wight who could have travelled to the Devon area.

POLICE are appealing for information on a missing man from the Isle of Wight who may have travelled to Devon.

Paul Smith, 58, is from Ventnor on the Isle of Wight and was last seen in the Parkhurst area of Newport on Saturday, March 22.

He is described as white, stocky build, ginger hair and freckles and was believed to be wearing a beige top, blue jeans and boots.

PC Lucinda Critchlow said: “We are concerned for Paul’s welfare, if you have seen him or know where he is please contact me as soon as possible.”

It is thought that Paul may have travelled out of Hampshire, possibly to the Dorset, Devon or Cornwall areas.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Hampshire Police on 101 quoting ref 44140105776.

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