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Missing man spotted near Lynton

09:03 04 March 2014

Have you seen missing man Christopher Poulter?

Have you seen missing man Christopher Poulter?

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Christpher Poulter, 27, has been missing from his home in Sussex since February 14 but was spotted in North Devon last week.

POLICE are appealing for information to trace a missing man from Sussex who was reportedly spotted in North Devon.

Christopher Poulter, 27, left his home in Cowford, Sussex, on February 14 and has not been in touch with his family since.

He told them he was going camping and took a sleeping bag with him,

Mr Poulter was sighted in the Woody Bay area of Lynton on February 26 and police believe he may still be in the area.

Sergeant Colin Garman, from Sussex Police, said: “We’re becoming increasingly concerned for Christopher as the days go by.

“There is nothing to suggest that he is not safe and well but we need to get in touch with him.

“If you know where he is or have seen him please contact us so we can check he is okay.”

Anyone with information can call 101 quoting serial 427 of 14/2, email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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