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David Pattinson missing from Islington

PUBLISHED: 13:48 12 October 2017 | UPDATED: 14:14 12 October 2017

David Pattinson is missing from Islington.

David Pattinson is missing from Islington.

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Police are appealing for help in finding an Islington man who has been missing for four days.

David Pattinson, 42, was last heard from on Sunday when he spoke to a family member at 5pm and he was reported missing yesterday.

He is white, 5ft 9in and has short brown hair and a beard. Police believe he may be driving a silver Audi A5 S-line.

David has links to Islington, Camden, Hackney and Lewisham areas, as well as Essex.

Anyone with information can contact the missing persons unit on 101 or call the charity Missing People on 116000.

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