High risk man missing from mental health unit could be in North Lincolnshire

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Help is needed to locate a 45-year-old man after he failed to return to a mental health facility in Willerby, East Yorkshire.

Glen Murphy, also known as Glen Hoyles left the Humber Centre at 3.35pm on Saturday November 7 and has not been seen since.

On the advice of Mr Murphy’s doctors, Humberside Police are treating Glen as a high risk missing person and are urging anyone who believes they may have seen Glen, to contact Humberside Police.

Mr Murphy’s mental health condition means he may come across as aggressive or possibly drunk to members of the public.

Mr Murphy is described as 5ft 8ins tall, of large build and having short dark brown hair. He has a skull tattoo on his right arm and female name on his left. He was last seen wearing a navy t-shirt, blue jeans, a black coat and black Reebok classics trainers.

Initial checks suggest Mr Murphy may have travelled to the Scunthorpe area and has links to West Yorkshire and Scotland.

Anyone with information as to Glen Murphy’s whereabouts are urged to contact Humberside Police on 101 quoting log number 392 of 07/11/2015.