Missing man could be in Banbury


Man who “poses a risk to the public” was last seen at the John Radcliffe hospital on Sunday

A man who went missing from the John Radcliffe hospital in Oxford could be in Banbury.

Thames Valley Police is appealing for our help in tracing 39-year-old Sonny Lindo.   He was last seen at the hospital on Sunday at around 9.20am.

He is known to the Oxford area and also has connections to Bicester and London, but police say he could have travelled to Banbury and Kidlington.

Sonny is described as black, 5ft 10 ins tall, of proportionate build, with two tattoos of writing on his right arm.   He was wearing pink trouser bottoms and a blue T-shirt with a skull and crossbones on.

Inspector Jamie Cuthbertson based at St Aldates’ said: “If you see him do not approach him but call 999 quoting reference 43230372460, or if you have seen him previously or have information as to where he might be please add the information to our missing persons form.”

Local policing area commander for Oxford, Superintendent Bruce Riddell, said: “We are becoming increasingly concerned for Sonny’s welfare and the risk he poses to the public as he has been missing for more than three days now.”

Published: by Banbury FM Newsteam

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