The family of a man who failed to return from a cycle in Dungannon last night (Saturday) are appealing for information on his whereabouts.
Police have issued an appeal on their behalf asking for help in locating Keith Davidson.
“We are becoming increasingly concerned about the whereabouts of a male last seen by his family at a quarter to 11 yesterday evening,” a police spokesperson said.
“This is Mr Keith Davidson (pictured). He is described as being approximately 5′ 8” tall, medium build, short dark brown hair and brown eyes.
“He was last seen wearing a yellow t-shirt, blue zip up jacket, dark grey shorts and black trainers.
“He may also have a black mountain bike with him and be wearing a white helmet.
“If you have any information please contact police in Dungannon urgently on the 101 number quoting reference number CC400 24/6/18.”
His son Gareth also shared an appeal via his own personal Facebook page.
He said: “Please share. Dad went for a short cycle at 9.45pm around Dungannon area last night and has not returned.
“He only had his phone on him which is now dead.
“This is not like him to not get in contact.
“Please, if anyone has any information get in contact with us or the police. He was last seen wearing light blue jacket, yellow t-shirt, black shorts.”
Please help and share this appeal.
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