Family of missing man Colin Loane ‘become increasingly concerned for his well-being’

The family of a missing 35-year-old man are worried about his whereabouts.

Colin Loane has been missing since Sunday April 3, after he was last seen in the Union Street area of ​​Belfast city centre.

He was last seen there, dressed in dark-colored clothing and carrying a gray and orange backpack, according to a police call.

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In the appeal, posted on various PSNI social media accounts, it said: “The police and family of 35-year-old Colin Loane are increasingly concerned about his fate and well-being.

“Colin has not been seen since April 3, 2022 in the Union Street area. At that time he was described as 6 feet tall, of slim build with short black hair at the sides.

“He was last seen wearing a dark colored anorak, dark blue jeans and carrying a gray and orange backpack. Colin is believed to frequent the Belfast City area.

“If you have seen Colin or know his whereabouts please contact the police on 101 quoting serial number 1636 of 08/04/2022.”

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