Grimsby
June 12, 2018 4.06 pm This story is over

Found: Missing Grimsby man ‘low on medication’

It is possible he is sleeping rough

Update: Humberside Police confirmed that Garry Clephane has been found safe.


A 44-year-old man from Grimsby has been missing since last month and police are growing concerned for his safety.

Garry Clephane has been missing since he left his home on Danes Close in Grimsby on May 30 2018. It is believed he is running low on medication.

According to police, Garry has visited London, Preston, Doncaster and, more recently, York where he was last seen visiting the A&E department at the hospital at around 7.30am on Monday, June 11.

He is described as white, five foot 10, of medium build and with light brown hair, and he is usually clean shaven and well groomed.

Humberside Police said: “Garry needs medication and is vulnerable without it. It’s thought he’s running out.

“Garry does have some cash and a mobile phone but that’s now switched off. He may also be running low on money and it’s possible he could be sleeping rough and might have lost some weight.”

Anybody with information on Garry’s whereabouts should contact police on 101 quoting log number 215 of June 7.

Missing Grimsby man Garry Clephane. Photo: Humberside Police

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