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Police search for Lewis Walker reported missing in Nottingham

today1 July 2022

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Nottinghamshire Police say they are looking for Lewis Walker, who has disappeared from his home in the Nottingham area.

Officers say that they are concerned for his safety after he was reported missing around 10 o’clock on Thursday morning, June 30. Lewis is described as a white male, of stocky build and is around 5ft 6in tall. He is described as having black hair, long on top with a short back and sides. It is thought he was last seen wearing a dark blue Nike tracksuit, large puffa coat and black airforce trainers.

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If you have seen Lewis or have any information about his whereabouts, Nottinghamshire Police urge you to contact them on 101, quoting incident number 812 of 30th June.

According to the charity Missing People, somebody is reported missing every 90 seconds in the UK, equating to a total of 170,000 people. Of that number, more than 70,000 are children and almost 98,000 are adults.

The charity also states that 80 per cent of children are found within the first 24 hours of being reported missing and 90 per cent are found within two days, while two per cent are not found in the first week. For adults, the respective figures are 75 per cent, 85 per cent and five per cent.

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