Concern grows for missing Peterborough man who left without ‘any personal property’


Concerns are growing for a missing Cambridgeshire man who has not been seen since Friday afternoon June 24. Police have now released further information and photos in hopes of locating the missing man, who has been described as vulnerable.

Alex Fitzjohn, 26, left Queensgate Shopping Center in Peterborough around 10am on Friday. The last confirmed sighting of the young man was in the village of Coates, near Whittlesey, shortly after 1.30pm the same day.

Alex, who is autistic, left the area with only his bus pass and reportedly has no bank cards or cellphones on him. He is described as five-foot-six, of medium build with brown hair.

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Alex, from Peterborough, was last seen wearing a blue hoodie, gray t-shirt, black jogging bottoms with white stripes and carrying a black backpack with orange writing. Anyone who has seen Alex or has information on his whereabouts should immediately call 999 quoting incident 148 of June 24.

Detective Inspector Adi Bowman said: “We are increasingly concerned for the well-being of Alex, who has left the area with no personal possessions.

“We know he likes to travel by bus, particularly around Fenland, Peterborough and surrounding areas, so we urge anyone using public transport to watch him and call us urgently if sighted.”


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