Missing Persons Post

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Missing Persons Post

Missing Persons Post

Information on how to File a Missing Persons Report

18th February Missing Person – Shaun Price

Last seen yesterday pm at the strip his mobile has been switched off.   Any sightings please contact by Pm to:

Andros Mota-reed 

22nd December Missing Person – Saskia

Do any of the local people in Alfaz or Albir know a lady know as Saskia, full name Francisca Josephina Magdalena

She suffers from dementia but is physically still capable of walking quite some distances. She has not been seen for three weeks at least. She is approximately 1.7 meters tall, has brown eyes and gray wavy hair.

The Guardia Civil ask people to contact  062, 091 or 112 if anyone has seen her recently.

If you have any information please email – [email protected] or call 0034 642 650 775/649 952 957

She is aged about mid seventies from Holland and speaks English, Norwegian and Spanish. photos will be posted soon. Local hospitals will not release any info whether they have her or not.

She has also been seen walking in the El Cisne area around 7.30 am about six weeks ago.

She has possible been seen around 3 weeks ago at the Robin hood and again on a bus heading into Benidorm

Missing Persons Post – Nixon James Smith – Body Found

13th December UPDATE – 


A body has been found in the search for a British tourist who went missing in Spain two days after he was mugged.

Nixon Smith, from Stourbridge in the West Midlands, was due to fly home from Madrid on 19 November but did not catch his connecting flight back to Birmingham.

On Wednesday evening, West Mercia Police confirmed a body had been found.

A statement said: “A body has been found in Spain in relation to a search for a missing man.

“Sadly, officers were informed a body has been found. Mr Smith’s next of kin has been informed. Thank you to everyone who shared the earlier appeal.”

The British national was last known to be at Madrid Airport on November 19 at 10.32pm after arriving from Malaga.

Family desperate to find missing son who failed to get on Birmingham Airport flight.  Nixon James Smith from Worcestershire has not been seen for 22 days.

Article source and photos – www.birminghammail.co.uk  by Will Cole

The family of a 23 year old man have launched an emotional appeal after he disappeared 22 days ago.

The parents of Nixon Smith, believed to be from Stourbridge in Worcestershire, are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare.

The British national was last known to be at Madrid Airport on November 19 at 10.32pm after arriving from Malaga.

He was meant to catch a connecting flight to Birmingham from Madrid but is not believed to have boarded the plane.

Nixon was carrying an emergency passport, after he was mugged and lost all his possessions. but this was not used on the Madrid – Birmingham flight.

He did not have any luggage in his possession.

He is described as being 5ft 10in tall, slim build, with green eyes, long curly brown hair and ear, nose, eyebrow and lip piercings.

He also has a tattoo on his upper left arm.

The family said in a missing person appeal: “It is uncharacteristic for him not to have made contact.

“Nixon may be distressed, confused, and not instantly recognisable. Please get in touch if you have any information that may help or have nay possible sightings.

“We just want to know he is safe and ok.”

Authorities in Spain have been alerted that Nixon went missing on November 19 and no sightings have been made since.

Nixon’s brother Luke said: “As much of a free spirit my brother is he loves his family. I’ve had no contact.”

“If you have any information that could help my family at this stage I’d be truly grateful.”

West Mercia PC Alexandra Webb said: “Nixon has not made any contact with his friends or family in two weeks now and we are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare.

“We would also ask anyone who may have seen or heard from him to please contact police.

“No matter how insignificant you may think it is, any information is valuable.”

Anyone with any information on Nixon or his whereabouts should call West Mercia Police on 101.

For a full list of all Spanish emergency telephone numbers click HERE

Article source and photos – www.birminghammail.co.uk  by By Will Cole



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