York man found safe and well
9:13am 3rd March 2012
Just to update you that Mr Moffatt was found safe and well in York on Friday (2 March) evening.
Statement from North Yorkshire Police yesterday:
Police are urgently appealing to the public to help locate a missing man.
Stephen Moffatt, 43, from York was last seen at around 6pm on Thursday 1st March 2012, at Scarborough District Hospital where he was awaiting treatment for a head injury after falling off his bike.
Police are concerned for Stephen's welfare as he was awaiting treatment in Accident and Emergency Unit at the hospital and the extent of his injuries are unknown.
Stephen is white, 5ft 8in tall with a slim build and shoulder-length dark curly hair. Two of his front teeth are missing. When he was last seen Stephen was wearing a cream sweatshirt with 'Lee Cooper' written on the front, blue jeans, a navy blue three quarter length coat, a grey felt hat with a black band and white Adidas trainers.
Police officers have carried out a search of the local area in Scarborough. However, Mr Moffatt is still missing.
PC Adam Fenwick, of York Safer Neighbourhood Team, said:
"Although Stephen was last seen in Scarborough, we do not know if he has made his way back to his home in York or has travelled elsewhere.
"I am appealing to anyone who may have seen Stephen since he went missing to get in touch with North Yorkshire Police as a matter of urgency.
"Stephen, if you see or hear this appeal, I am asking you to make contact with your family and friends or the police straight away. We simply want to make sure that you are safe."
Anyone who can help to locate Stephen Moffatt is asked to contact North Yorkshire Police on 101, press option 1 and pass the information to a control room operator.
PICTURED: Stephen Moffatt
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