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New posters released in search for missing Leamington man

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New posters have been released to help with the search of a Leamington man who has been missing for five months.

Sanjiv Singh Kundi, 42, left his home in Solway Close on September 25 and is known to have travelled from St Pancras station to Paris by Eurostar later that day. He was seen getting off the train at Gard du Nord, and seen there again the following day when he bought a ticket to return to London the following week.

But Mr Kundi did not use the ticket and there has been no trace of him since.

Warwickshire Police is working with Mr Kundi’s family as well as two charities, Missing People and Missing Abroad, in the hope that someone will recognise him and have information on his whereabouts.

The new posters, which have been created in English and in French, feature an image of Mr Kundi and an appeal for information.

Mr Kundi is described as Asian, about 6ft 2ins tall, of large build and with short, dark grey curly hair and a beard which is also greying. He wears glasses and his clothing on the day was a brown, heavy three-quarter-length coat and brown cargo trousers.

Anyone who saw Mr Kundi in the days before he left or has information about his current whereabouts is asked to call police on 415000 or, from outside the UK, 00 44 1926 415000.

 

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