'Please let us know you are ok' – police and friends concerns grow for missing Belfast man Stephen Curran
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'Please let us know you are ok' – police and friends concerns grow for missing Belfast man Stephen Curran

CONCERNS are growing for missing Belfast man, Stephen Curran, 45 who was last seen at his home address in Chorlton, Manchester on Tuesday May 17.

Mr Curran had been in contact with friends via Whatsapp up until May 22, when he disappeared. Since then he has failed to respond to messages.

He is described as a white, approximately 6ft tall and of stocky build with blue eyes and short greying hair. Mr Curran is originally from Belfast and speaks with a Northern Irish accent.

Prior to going missing, he had complained of pain in his lower body and was struggling to walk, police have said he may be moving with a noticeable limp.

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Detective Constable Andy Willetts of the Greater Manchester Police said: “We along with Stephen's friends are growing increasingly concerned for him.

“It’s been more than two weeks since Stephen has been seen and I would urge him to get in touch and please let us know that he is OK.”

Anybody with information about Stephen’s whereabouts should contact police on 101 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.