Man, 46, goes missing from North Manchester General Hospital

By Ashlie Blakey

Police have issued an appeal for help to find a man who went missing from the North Manchester General Hospital.

Charles Hanarahan went missing on Tuesday, September 12, police said.

The 46-year-old is described as having a slim build, with short, brown hair and facial stubble.

He was last seen wearing a grey jacket with blue ripped jeans and black jeans.

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Officers said he is often in the Newton Heath area.

A picture of Mr Hanarahan was posted on the GMP Manchester North Facebook page this morning (October 14).

Alongside the picture, an officer wrote: "Charles Hanarahan 46yrs has been reported missing from North Manchester General Hospital on the 12th September 2021.

"He is described as slim build, brown short hair with a facial stubble and wearing a grey jacket, blue ripped jeans and black trainers.

"It is believed he frequents the Newton Heath area."

Anyone with information should call PC Helen McNeil on 07584 224 903 or PC Dave Frame on 07393781595 with ref MSP/06A2/1781/21.

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