Have you seen missing Barry?

Have you seen missing Barry?

Published by KLFM
2:53pm 27th January 2014. (Updated at 3:36pm 27th January 2014)


Police say they are increasingly worried about a missing man from Downham Market who's been missing for a month.

44 year old Barry Birch has health issues and has missed appointments to treat them after he was seen near his home in James Scott Close on the 28th of December.

If you see Barry or know where he is then please call 101.

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