Fresh CCTV images show missing Northampton man at Euston station on the day he disappeared
A vulnerable missing man from Northampton travelled to London in the hours after his disappearance, police have revealed after releasing a new set of CCTV images.
Officers have issued a fresh appeal for information regarding missing man Keith Gregory, aged 62, who was last seen in Duston, Northampton, at around 10.15am on Monday, November 14.
Today Northamptonshire Police has released CCTV images showing him at London Euston later that day.
Mr Gregory, who did not take his medication with him, is believed to be vulnerable and police officers are urging him to contact them to let them know he is safe and well.
He has links to London, specifically Brick Lane and Golders Green and it is believed that he may have travelled to those areas. He also has links to the Brentwood and Basildon areas of Essex.
Detective Inspector James Larkin from CID, is leading the search for Mr Gregory. He said: “Although we know Mr Gregory travelled to London, we haven’t had any sightings of him for a month and we continue to be concerned about him.
“Officers have travelled to London and visited those areas of the capital where Keith has lived and worked in the past, but so far we have been unable to locate him.
“I am urging Mr Gregory, anyone who knows where he is, or has seen him in the last month, to give us a call on 101. I would also like to speak to anyone who knows Keith and may have information that could help our search.”
Keith, pictured, is white, 6ft 2ins and was wearing a navy shirt and black trousers when he was last seen.
People are advised not to approach Mr Gregory directly but to call police immediately on 101 if they know where he is. Anyone calling from outside the county can call Northamptonshire Police on 03000 111 222.