Missing man from Sawtry is found safe

10:33 01 August 2014

Have you seen Alan Brook?

Have you seen Alan Brook?

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A man from Sawtry who went missing on Thursday morning has been found.

Alan Brook, 44, who is described as vulnerable, was last seen when he left his home in Green End Road, where he lives with his parents, at about 10am.

He was found shortly after 7.30pm on Friday night.

Officers grew increasingly concerned for his welfare as his disappearance was out of character and he is not used to going out on his own.

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