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Roko Babrovic missing: Fears grow for man last seen in Pentonville Road on Tuesday

PUBLISHED: 12:05 21 April 2016 | UPDATED: 12:05 21 April 2016

Roko Babrovic was last seen on Tuesday, 19 April at approximately 14:00hrs at his home on Pentonville Road in Islington

Roko Babrovic was last seen on Tuesday, 19 April at approximately 14:00hrs at his home on Pentonville Road in Islington

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Police have stepped up the search for an Islington man who has been missing from his Pentonville Road home since Tuesday.

Roko Babrovic was last seen on Tuesday, 19 April at approximately 14:00hrs at his home on Pentonville Road in IslingtonRoko Babrovic was last seen on Tuesday, 19 April at approximately 14:00hrs at his home on Pentonville Road in Islington

Roko Babrovic was last seen on Tuesday at about 2pm at his home in Pentonville Road. He was wearing a green jacket with a fur-lined hood.

He is white and about 6ft 7ins, with short, dark hair and a beard.

According to Scotland Yard he has health issues and is suffering from depression.

Anyone who thinks they might be able to help is urged to call Islington police on 101.

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