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

Police are launching a nationwide appeal to find a man who has gone missing from a mental health unit in south Essex, with strong possibilities that he may be in Kent.

Derek Jarrett left the unit in Benfleet on Wednesday, April 30 with a woman. She returned on Saturday, May 3 after being found in Bristol by police.
Following a series of enquiries, detectives believe there is a possibility that he has travelled to Kent.

As a result, officers from Kent Police have been alerted to his disappearance.

Derek Jarrett is described as white, is approximately 5ft 6ins tall, has grey hair and has several tattoos on his arms. He was caught on CCTV at a hotel in Bristol where he stayed at.

He should not be approached, with people instead urged to contact police immediately.

Anyone who sees Derek Jarrett should contact police on 999.
Media enquiries should be directed to Essex Police Press Office on 01245 452450.

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