Can you help find missing Malvern man, ask police

Christopher Matthews has not been seen since Thursday, May 8.

Christopher Matthews has not been seen since Thursday, May 8.

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PEOPLE are being asked to help find a Malvern man who has gone missing.

Christopher Matthews left his home in Albion Road in Malvern to go to work in Birmingham on Thursday, May 8, but never arrived.

The 44-year-old is described as 6ft tall, with long greying brown hair and has a dragon tattoo on his upper left arm plus a scar on his elbow.

He was last seen wearing black boots, black jeans, a black T-shirt and a black jumper.

PC Max Digger said: "We are concerned for Mr Matthew’s welfare and his partner is very worried about him.

"He has been missing for a week and has not responded to his mobile phone messages. Mr Matthews is a stage manager in the music industry - based at offices in the Custard Factory, Digbeth, Birmingham - but travels the country for work.

"However, it is completely out of character for him to disappear without warning and fail to respond to messages.

"I am appealing to Mr Matthews directly to contact the police, his partner or work colleagues. They are very concerned about your disappearance and all they want is to know that you are safe and well."

Anyone with information should call 101 quoting incident number 303s 100514 or contact the charity Missing People on 116 000.

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9:03am Fri 16 May 14

davo-moelbryn says...

Saw on Twitter this morning:
"Malvern Cops ‏@MalvernCops

#FOUND Christopher Matthews located safe and well last night by a family member. Thanks, as ever, for the retweets. pic.twitter.com/XY5h
5I1Gk0"
Saw on Twitter this morning: "Malvern Cops ‏@MalvernCops #FOUND Christopher Matthews located safe and well last night by a family member. Thanks, as ever, for the retweets. pic.twitter.com/XY5h 5I1Gk0" davo-moelbryn
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