An update in search for missing Norfolk pensioner

An update in search for missing Norfolk pensioner

Published by KLFM
4:49pm 11th June 2019.

An update in the search for a missing Norfolk pensioner.

Hundreds of people shared the KLFM appeal to find Roy Masters after he went missing from his home in North Creake.

Now Norfolk Police have confirmed the 71-year-old has been found safe and well.

Roy went missing from North Creake

Roy had disappeared on Saturday (8th June) and searches were launched to find him.

There were reported sightings of him this morning in the Fakenham area.

Officers say Roy is now been safely returned home.

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