Appeal to find missing man with links to Stroud

Officers searching for a 43-year-old man reported missing from Cheltenham, and with links to Stroud, have issued an appeal to try and locate him.

Police are concerned for the welfare of Duncan Holder and they are keen to hear from anyone who has seen him or his green Vauxhall Insignia, registration BX16 LXH.

Duncan was last seen at around 9am today, Friday 20 August, in the Springbank area of Cheltenham. His disappearance is out of character and officers are out searching for him.

He is described as being of a slim build, 5ft 8ins in height with short dark grey hair which is lighter grey on the top.

Duncan also has a tattoo of a lion at the top of his left arm, a tribal pattern tattoo on the top of his right arm and a cross tattoo with the name ‘Brooke’ on his right forearm.

It is believed he is wearing his work uniform which is dark coloured work/combat trousers and a dark blue jumper with no zip which has a logo on it.

Duncan has links to Tewkesbury but he also may have travelled in the Stroud area in his Vauxhall Insignia earlier this morning.

Anyone who has seen Duncan or has information on his whereabouts is asked to call police on 101 and quote incident number 102 of 20 August. If seen at the time of calling dial 999.

You can also give information through the Missing People charity on 116 000. Or you can find out more information through the charity’s website www.missingpeople.org.uk/police

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