Michael Sutton: CCTV footage as they continue their search for a lacking guy from Oldham


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Law enforcement have urged regional inhabitants to test their gardens as they carry on to look for for a lacking gentleman from Oldham with dementia.

Michael Sutton, 69, was past seen on Grimshaw Street Failsworth at all over 9pm on Friday 5 February.

Officers investigating Michael’s disappearance imagine he could be using shelter in a garden or lose just after getting to be shed.

His daughters, who are ‘desperately worried’ about their father, said he remaining dwelling without having his telephone or bus pass.

He is said to get pleasure from walks in the community area and may well show up baffled as he suffers from dementia.

a man wearing glasses and smiling at the camera: Michael Sutton was last seen on Grimshaw Street in Failsworth on Friday 5 February

Michael Sutton was last viewed on Grimshaw Street in Failsworth on Friday 5 February

Officers examining CCTV footage believe Michael was later on sighted on Ash Avenue in Failsworth at close to 1.45am on Saturday, 6 February.

GMP have released a brief clip which reveals a person, considered to be Michael, gradually making his way down a household street.

The footage was taken at around 2.45am on February 6.

Michael is explained as white, 5ft 10ins tall and really slender.

He was last viewed donning a khaki colored coat with a fur hood, black trousers, and black footwear.

His spouse and children mentioned he is known to acquire discarded nitrous oxide canisters.

Law enforcement are asking everyone in the Failsworth region to research in their gardens and sheds, and to make contact with law enforcement if they obtain anything at all that may guide in locating Michael.

Michael’s daughters, Megan and Jo, reported: “Thank you to everyone who has shared this appeal so much. Your assist implies so significantly to us and our spouse and children.

“We’re all desperately worried about our dad, and are hoping that he is found risk-free and nicely as quickly as achievable.

“He won’t have his cellular phone or bus go with him, so we are worried that he could possibly be misplaced and unable to make his way home.

“If you know nearly anything at all about the place our father may be, please get in make contact with with the law enforcement so he can be introduced household securely to us.”

In line with the present-day Covid rules officers strongly recommend that men and women do not method Michael but instead call law enforcement on 999.