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Birthday Appeal For Missing, Baljeev Johal
The family of missing man Baljeev Johal have released a further appeal, on the date of his 25th Birthday.
Baljeev from the Bramcote area of Nottingham has been missing for more than five months, after attending a wedding at the Sport Connexion on Leamington Road in Ryton On Dunsmore. He was last seen at around 12.30am on Sunday 5th October.
Extensive searches have been carried out to locate Baljeev but to date there have been no confirmed sightings.
Baljeev’s sister Haneet Johal said “Our family want to wish Baljeev a happy birthday and hope that wherever he is, he is safe and happy. We miss him so much. If Baljeev doesn’t want to come home, we understand but we just need to know that he is okay.
It only takes one person to know where he is and if anyone knows anything, no matter how small or significant it may seem, we would urge them to contact the police. “
Marcella Forrest, Family Liason Officer at Warwickshire Police said “This is still an active investigation, and we are extremely concerned for Baljeev’s welfare. We are appealing directly to him to get in touch with the police, the missing peoples charity or anyone he trusts. This is a very important time for the family; they will sadly be celebrating his birthday without him and he is very much missed.”
Baljeev is described as an Asian male, around 6”3. He wears glasses and was last seen wearing a slim white shirt with a black jacket and black trousers.
Have you seen Baljeev? Please call 101 quoting incident number ’16 of 5th October’.
Alternatively contact the missing people charity on 116 000 in confidence.
About Mann MatharuMann Matharu is the Chief Editor and Founder of Sikhs Online. He is responsible for the research into Sikh related stories and marketing of the site.
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