PSNI issue appeal for man missing for more than a fortnight

PSNI issue appeal for man missing for more than a fortnight

Police in the North are seeking the public's help in finding a 66-year-old man missing from his home in Ballymoney in Co. Antrim.

Norman Galbraith has been missing since July 31, and a number of sightings are being followed up by officers.

This morning, the PSNI carried out a road-stop operation in the Garryduff Road in Ballymoney, to hand out leaflets and to speak to motorists who may have been on the road at that time that Mr Galbraith went missing.

Officers are also searching the Coleraine and Castlerock areas, where Mr Galbraith formerly lived, and are urging people in these areas to check any outbuildings or sheds in case Mr Galbraith sought shelter in them.

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