Officers believe missing 53-year-old could be in Royston area

PUBLISHED: 07:26 26 July 2018 | UPDATED: 07:26 26 July 2018

Missing man Kiryluk Gizegorz, 53. Picture: Metropolitan Police

Missing man Kiryluk Gizegorz, 53. Picture: Metropolitan Police


A 53-year-old man has been missing since Monday, and police say he could be in the Royston area.

Police in the north London area of Enfield launched an online appeal to trace Kiryluk Gizegorz late last night. Officers believe he could be in or around Royston.

Anyone who has seen Kiryluk or who could help police locate him should call 101 with any information. If you have seen him in the last few moments or think you are with him, call 999 immediately.


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