Police concerned for welfare of man missing from North Herts

PUBLISHED: 17:40 11 May 2018 | UPDATED: 17:40 11 May 2018

Jack Huggins, aged 26, has not been in touch with his family since April 13. Picture: Herts police

Jack Huggins, aged 26, has not been in touch with his family since April 13. Picture: Herts police


Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 26-year-old man from North Herts who has not been seen since on April 13.

Jack Huggins, of no fixed address, has links to North Herts – as well as Kings Cross and Camden in London – and he is thought to have possibly travelled to Arlesey.

He is described as a white, around 5ft 7in tall and of skinny build, with brown and grey hair. He was last seen wearing a black Superdry coat with blue trim, blue jogging bottoms and black trainers.

If you have seen Jack since he was reported missing or have information about where he has been, please call police on 101, quoting ISR 290 of May 5.

If you believe you are with Jack now or have seen him in the last few moments, please call 999 immediately.


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