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Orlaith Clinton

Joshua McKeown missing person appeal continues as Belfast man's whereabouts remain unknown

Police are continuing their appeal to locate a missing man who was last seen in Belfast a number of days ago.

The Community Rescue Service are also involved in the searches for Joshua McKeown, who is 26 and last know to be wearing a navy t-shirt, shorts and white trainers. He was reported missing from the North Belfast area on Wednesday and anyone with information is asked to contact the PSNI.

This morning, on a social media post, new information was issued through Joshua's family, who said a planned search of Cavehill had been cancelled for the minute. The post said there is an indication that he may have taken a taxi to East Belfast on Thursday morning.

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PSNI Sergeant King said: "Joshua is described as being approximately 5'10 in height, of average build with short brown hair and a beard. He is believed to be wearing a navy t-shirt with a white stripe along the chest, navy shorts with a white stripe and white trainers.

"He has a black tattoo of Bob Marley on his lower right leg. We are appealing to anyone who may have any information which may help locate Joshua to contact us on 101, and quoting reference number 1384 of 23/06/22.

“The search is ongoing and we are working with the Community Rescue Service to find Joshua as quickly as possible."


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