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Police appeal for help tracing missing Royston man

PUBLISHED: 15:33 01 October 2009 | UPDATED: 16:08 11 May 2010

POLICE are appealing for help tracing a man who has gone missing from his home in Royston. Steven Tansley, 43, was last seen at his home, in Heron Way, Royston, at about 8am yesterday (Wednesday September 30). He is described as a white, 5 11 tall of an

POLICE are appealing for help tracing a man who has gone missing from his home in Royston.

Steven Tansley, 43, was last seen at his home, in Heron Way, Royston, at about 8am yesterday (Wednesday September 30).

He is described as a white, 5'11" tall of an average build, with short dark black hair. He is possibly wearing jeans, a black coat and white trainers.

A spokesman for Herts Police said: "Officers are extremely concerned for Steven's welfare and would ask that anyone who of his whereabouts or anyone who believes they may have seen him to contact Hertfordshire Constabulary."

Anyone with information should call 0845 3300 222.

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