Derry family’s appeal for missing son in Liverpool

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The family of a 31-year-old Derry man have appealed for help after he went missing in Liverpool.

Michael Curran was last seen on Tuesday afternoon when he boarded the 20A bus on Clipsley Lane in Haydock at about 3pm. He has been receiving treatment at a brain rehab centre on Merseyside for injuries he sustained some years ago and is described as vulnerable.

He is described as white, 5ft 9ins tall and of a medium build. He has a fair complexion, short dark hair and a moustache and speaks with a strong Derry accent.

He is believed to have been wearing a black waterproof coat, grey jeans and black and white Adidas trainers. He also had a red baseball cap on which had a silver emblem on the front.

Police believe Michael may have travelled to Liverpool city centre and may be in the Lime Street area, including St John’s Shopping Arcade.

His brother Declan said there is a possibility he may have tried to make his way back home to Derry and pleaded for anyone to contact the family via social media or by telephone on 07517953435.




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