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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Police think a man who is missing from Nottinghamshire has been using trains to get around the country.

Dexter Elliott was last seen leaving his home in Worksop, north Nottinghamshire, at about 4pm on Thursday 12 December 2013.

Officers believe the 41-year-old has bought train tickets and think he may have been in Stafford yesterday (Tuesday 17 December 2013).

An unconfirmed sighting placed Dexter in the area of Swinton Street in London, close to King’s Cross Train Station, last Friday (13 December). Later that day there was a reported sighting a few miles south in the Clerkenwell area.

Dexter is white, about 5ft 5ins tall and of medium build. He has shaven dark hair, brown eyes and has a Yorkshire accent.

He was wearing a dark woolly hat, jeans, a black jacket and trainers.

Inspector Phil Davies said: “We are growing increasingly concerned for Dexter’s welfare as he has now gone nearly a week without his medication. If you have seen him, or know where he is, please call us.”

If you have any information contact Nottinghamshire Police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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