Update: Missing Person Appeal – Owen Mcnicholas found safe in Warrington

Owen McNicholas has been found safe in Warrington this afternoon.
Merseyside Police would like to thank the public and the media for their assistance in publicising the appeal.

UPDATE (Monday 9pm)

Update: Missing Person Appeal – Owen Mcnicholas

Owen may be wearing a blue Everton top underneath the grey hooded top described below.

During the hot weather it is possible that the Everton top will be quite prominent. Owen has the name ‘David’ on the back of the top, which is the name of a family member.

We would appeal for people to look out for Owen and take into account what he might now be wearing.

missing crosby

Merseyside Police is becoming increasingly concerned over the whereabouts of a Crosby man who was reported missing this morning, Saturday 16 July.

Owen McNicholas, aged 36, was last seen around 5am in the Crosby area. He is described as a white male, 5ft 11in tall with a slim build. He has short, dark brown hair in a spiked style, stubble, and a tanned complexion.

When last seen, Owen was wearing a grey Nike tracksuit top with Adidas trousers and grey Nike trainers.

He is known to frequent the Formby, Freshfield and Speke areas.

Owen’s family and Merseyside Police are becoming increasingly concerned for his well-being and are appealing to him, or anyone who knows of his whereabouts to contact the police.

If anyone has information about Owen’s whereabouts, they are asked to call 101 quoting reference number MP201607150911 or the Missing Persons charity on 116 000.

Alternatively they can email the charity on 116000@missing people.org.uk.

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