Concern grows for missing 60-year-old Hull man

Published: Wednesday 30th December 2015 by The News Editor

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Police urgently wish to trace a Hull man who has not been seen for over a fortnight.

Jim Harrison, 60, never usually leaves his dog, according to friends and relatives. But police found the pet inside his silver-coloured Ford Transit van a week last Sunday (December 20).

Mr Harrison, formally known as James Gerard Harrison, was last seen in the car park at the Humber Bridge on Tuesday, December 15.

Key to the investigation could be the driver and passengers of a hatchback car, which was either red or dark in colour. Police think they may have talked to Mr Harrison prior to his disappearance, CCTV footage suggests.

Mr Harrison has a Scottish voice, is grey-bearded, 5ft 10ins in height, white, well-built (roughly 20st) with scruffy hair down to his collar.

CCTV cameras show Mr Harrison exiting the parked van and striding off at 7.51pm. He was wearing jeans, a blue shirt, jumper and waterproof jacket and white Velcro-fastened trainers. Humber Bridge employees reported the van as abandoned five days later.

Police wish to talk to Mr Harrison, the hatchback car’s occupants or anybody who might have spotted him. They can ring 101 and quote log 507 from December 20.

Copyright Press Association 2015

Published: Wednesday 30th December 2015 by The News Editor

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