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Police re-issue appeal for whereabouts of missing Portrush man Dean Patton

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Police are re-issuing their appeal for information as to the whereabouts of a Portrush man who went missing four years ago.

Dean Patton has been missing from Portrush, County Antrim, since Wednesday 25th July 2012. Dean was last seen in the Dunluce Avenue area of Portrush, close to his home on Eglinton Lane.

There were several confirmed sightings of him in this area throughout the Wednesday he went missing.

He is a very social and well liked individual, so both Dean’s family and the PSNI are extremely concerned as to his whereabouts.

It should be noted that Dean has not had access to regular medication which he takes, and therefore may not be aware of his own identity.

Anyone who sees Dean or has information as to his whereabouts should contact police immediately on 101 Non Emergency Number and ask to speak to detectives in Coleraine CID.

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