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Tuesday, 02 September 2014

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Police scale back search for missing Cumbrian man

Police have scaled back the search for missing Cumbrian chef Thomas McMorrow.

Thomas McMorrow photo
Tom McMorrow

Officers will continue to search the area round Ullswater when they are in the area but the intensive operation has been brought to a halt.

His family, however, have not given up hope of finding him.

They have produced a poster (download it here) and leaflet that they have been putting up in the area appealing for anyone who may have seen him to get in touch.

Mr McMorrow, 26, of Penrith, was last seen at a works Christmas party late on Sunday, January 5.

Underwater search teams, mountain rescuers and police officers have been scouring the area in a bid to find him.

Inspector David Willetts said: “Police officers will continue to search the shore line, when in the area, for any signs of Tom and his family and friends continue to hope for his return.

“We continue to appeal for anyone to with any information to get in contact.”

Mr McMorrow is described as about 5ft 11 inches tall, of slim build with short brown hair, which is receding at the front. He was wearing blue denim trousers, a long sleeved white shirt and brown shoes.

Anyone who knows where he is or who may have seen him is asked to call police on 101.


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