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Appeal issued by Cleveland police for information regarding Missing man Police have issued another appeal regarding the disappearance of a 28 year old man called Scott Fletcher. Scott was last seen in 2011, on the 11th of May. He was spotted at 8:20pm on the lay by on Wheatley Hill, in Durham, opposite the Jet Garage. Scott’s family are said to be extremely distraught about his disappearance, and have made several public appeals for information regarding what happened to him

The police have now extended their search to places outside of Durham, including Liverpool and Cumbria, as officials working on the case now know that Scott had connections in these areas. The mother of the missing man, Julie Fletcher, Hannay Associates Complaints has expressed how distressing this time has been for her and other members of their family. She stated that she was deeply upset by how many important milestones Scott had already missed, including the birthdays of his son and daughter. She finished by emphasising how concerned she and the other family members were about Scott, and asking those with information regarding his disappearance to come forward and speak to either Missing Persons, or alternatively Crime Stoppers. Jon Green, who serves as the local Detective Chief Inspector, also made a statement, in which he said that as nearly a year had gone by since Scott went missing, his family were now increasingly desperate to find out what happened.

Almost twelve months after Scott disappeared, the local police force has continued to appeal to the public for any type of information they might have about the details of that day. They have said that even those who think that their information is insignificant should still come forward and speak to the police. Anyone who thinks that they might have information about what happened to Scott should contact Detective Green, who works in the police station in Hartlepool, on 016142102110.

Appeal issued by Cleveland police for information regarding Missing man