Police appeal to find man with links to Bromsgrove and Belbroughton who has been missing for more than 21 years - The Bromsgrove Standard

Police appeal to find man with links to Bromsgrove and Belbroughton who has been missing for more than 21 years

Bromsgrove Editorial 3rd Jan, 2024 Updated: 3rd Jan, 2024   0

AN APPEAL has been launched to find a man who has been missing for more than 21 years.

Michael Perkins, who has links to Bromsgrove and Belbroughton, has not been seen since the summer of 2002.

The plea for information has been made by West Midlands Police and Michael is one of the force’s longest-running missing person cases.

No trace of Michael has ever been found, but officers are hoping their renewed appeal will help jog people’s memories who lived in the area at the time. They hope someone will remember something that could shed light on his disappearance and improve the chances of finding him.

Michael, from Stourbridge, was 56 years old when he went missing – he is 5ft 6ins tall, has thinning blonde hair and wore glasses.

He was last seen at his home in Norton.




The picture of Michael (above) was taken around the time of his disappearance.

Anyone who has any piece of information, no matter how small, should call the Missing Persons Investigation Unit on 0121 626 7003.


West Midlands Police’s officers investigated more than 14,000 missing persons reports during 2023 and are now turning their attention to the longer running incidents.

 

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