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Fatmir Alijevic missing: Fears grow over vulnerable man not seen since yesterday in Holloway

PUBLISHED: 15:11 20 December 2017 | UPDATED: 15:16 20 December 2017

Missing: Fatmir Alijevic. Picture: Met Police

Missing: Fatmir Alijevic. Picture: Met Police

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Police are appealing for information after a vulnerable man went missing from Holloway yesterday afternoon.

Officers say they are “growing increasingly concerned” for the welfare of missing 32-year-old Fatmir Alijevic.

Fatmir, who doesn’t speak English and doesn’t usually go out alone, was was last seen at 16.20pm in the Hilldrop Estate area.

He is Kosovan, about 5’10”, of large build, with blue eyes, dark hair and short facial hair.

Fatmir was last seen wearing a black quilted Firetrap jacket, navy Adidas tracksuit bottoms with white stripes and black Nike trainers with white soles.

Police said he frequents Kentish Town, Tufnell Park, Holloway and Camden Lock. He has previously lived in E9 area of Hackney.

Anyone with information is urged to call police on 101 or the missing persons unit on 07881 330 963.

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