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

Officers from Lewisham continue to appeal for the public’s help to find a missing 27-year-old man. 

Luke Daly was last seen at 17:20 hrs on Friday, 15 May whilst out with his carer in the Sydenham Road area.

Luke is black man, 5ft 7ins, of large build and with short black hair. He was wearing brown tracksuit trousers, a blue hooded top and trainers. Luke is autistic and has limited communication skills.

He enjoys travelling on buses and trains and frequents Lewisham and Croydon shopping centres. He is vulnerable and police are growing increasingly concerned for his safety.

Officers have received a couple of possible sightings of Luke: one in Clapham Junction railway station last night (16 May) between 22:50hrs and 23:10hrs and one in Penge High Street today (17 May) at around 14:30hrs.

However, Luke remains missing.

Anyone with information should contact police on 101 or contact the Missing Person Unit at Lewisham Police on 020 8284 8455. Alternatively you can call or text Missing People on 116000.

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