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Heartfelt appeal to man who went missing near Rugby

Rugby Editorial 10th Oct, 2014 Updated: 27th Oct, 2016

A HEARTFELT appeal has been made to a man who went missing near Ryton-on-Dunsmore by his concerned family, who say ‘life has stopped’ since he disappeared.

The family of Baljeev Johal, who has not been seen since the early hours of Sunday October 5 after attending a family wedding at the Sports Connexion on Leamington Road, have pleaded for him to get in contact.

Baljeev is aged 24 and lives in the Bramcote area of Nottingham.

His older sister Haneet Johal described how the family have been out searching every day, and trying to make contact with him.

She described how Baljeev’s disappearance is completely out of character and has had a devastating impact on their very close family. He would always let them know if he was going to be away, and they are more worried as he has gone missing from an area he doesn’t know.

Haneet said: “Baljeev, we want you to know that all your family and friends love you and care for you. We want you to come home.

“We need to know if you are okay. Its fine if you are safe and well somewhere: if you are happy we are happy, we just need to know. We’re not angry with you.”

Balveev recently graduated from Leicester University with a 2:1 degree in business. His sister described him as a homely and quiet person who keeps himself to himself.

Have you seen Baljeev? He is described as an Asian male, around 6”3′ tall. He wears glasses and was last seen wearing a slim white shirt with a black jacket and black trousers. He had no phone or money with him at the time of his disappearance.

Anyone with information is urged to call Warwickshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 16 of October 5. Alternatively, contact the missing people charity on 116 000 in confidence.

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