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Family and friends 'extremely concerned' for missing British farmer

The family and friends of missing farmer Alex Wilcox are appealing for information of his whereabouts after he went missing 11 days ago.

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Family and friends 'extremely concerned' for missing British farmer

Alex, 29, was last seen at Bishops Stortford train station on Thursday, September 5, 2019.

 

He was dropped off by his mother as he boarded a train to Ramsgate, Kent to see his friends.

 

She received a WhatsApp message at around 11.30am that day reading: "I’m on the train." It was the last contact he made.

 

Family friend Lisa Bowring commented: "Alex has a complicated and complex past.

 

"There is an addiction and also health issues. He is asthmatic and has no medication on him. This is a big concern for the family.

 

"Alex was on depression medication but stopped taking the meds a few days before he went missing.

 

"His parents are extremely concerned for his wellbeing as Alex has had mental health issues for a number of years, and suffered from depression."


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"He is a loving guy and likes to be around people. He does not like to be on his own. Alex is very friendly - a down-to-earth country boy.

 

"He loves his family and friends. He is a very hard-working agricultural man."

 

"If anyone has any information please contact Cambridgeshire Police on 01480 456111 or his mum Pauline Nunez on 07910 897940."

 

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