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Missing Ian Malone: Learn more about the 52-year-old Gateshead resident.

Missing Ian Malone

Around eight in the morning, 52-year-old Ian Malone of Low Fell’s Glynwood Gardens neighbourhood vanished. m. dated April 7. To find him, the police are requesting help. Let’s examine Ian Malone’s situation in more detail.

Ian Malone


Ian Malone: What happened?

An appeal has been made after a man disappeared from a North Eastern residential street. Around eight in the morning, 52-year-old Ian Malone of Low Fell’s Glynwood Gardens neighbourhood vanished. m. on Friday. Police are looking for any information that might lead to his location. Since they reported that he had not been heard from since police are said to have grown more concerned for his well-being. Ian is described as a balding Caucasian male with a medium build, standing about 5’11” tall. He occasionally sports a goatee but typically wears a neat beard. He is believed to be wearing a black, blue gilet and black jogging bottoms. Additionally, he frequently wears glasses.

Statement Issued by Police:

Ian may have been travelling in the direction of the Northumberland areas near Hadrian’s Wall and the Pennine Way, according to Northumbria Police. The Glenwood Gardens section of Low Fell was where Ian, 52, was last seen on Friday, April 7, around 8 a.m., according to a Northumbria Police spokesperson. But since then, he has not been seen or heard from, and police are increasingly worried for his welfare. “Searches have been ongoing to find Ian and ensure he is safe and well. Police are now asking anyone who thinks they may have seen him to get in touch. Officers comprehend that Ian might have travelled to Northumberland’s Pennine Way and Hadrian’s Wall regions. If you have seen Ian or anyone else who may have seen him, please call 101 immediately and give the reference number NP-20230407-1045. To file an incident report, dial 101 or visit your local police station. You can still report it to them if the person lives abroad or in another nation, even if they are not a UK citizen. Nine hundred ninety-nine should be called in case of emergency.

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