An 84 year-old man from Spalding reported missing two days ago has been found safe and well in Norfolk.
Beverly Brown left his home in Sezanne walk on Tuesday morning to visit relatives in Stalham, part of the Norfolk Broads.
But concerns for Mr Brown’s safety grew on Tuesday night when he failed to arrive at his relatives’ house.
However, Lincolnshire Police confirmed this morning that Mr Brown had been located in Norfolk and is safe.
WEDNESDAY 7.45AM: Police search for missing man from Spalding heading to Norfolk
Police are searching for an 84 year-old man who has gone missing from Spalding.
Beverly George Brown left his home in Sezanne Walk around 8am on Tuesday morning (June 9), apparently intending to travel to Norfolk to visit relatives. He did not reach his destination and concern for his safety was raised on Tuesday evening.
When making this journey, Mr Brown usually catches a bus from Spalding bus station, travelling to Norwich, and from there to Great Yarmouth, before continuing to his destination at Stalham.
Mr Brown is approximately 5’ 8” tall, of thin build, and walks with a limp in his left leg. He carries a walking stick.
Anyone who has information concerning his current whereabouts, or who thinks they may have seen Mr Brown, is urgently asked to contact Lincolnshire Police, quoting incident number 401 of June 9.