Vulnerable Man Disappears For Second Time

Family desperate to locate Ian Miller

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Police are appealing for information following the disappearance of a west London man who has gone missing for the second time in recent months.

Ian Miller, who is partially deaf, has learning difficulties and suffers from schizophrenia, has not been seen since leaving an address in Moyne Place, Ealing, at approx 22:00hrs on Monday 28 December, 2009.

The 41-year-old is known known to be a frequent visitor to Ealing, Acton, Shepherd's Bush, Wembley, Kilburn and Willesden.

He is described as black, of stocky build, with brown eyes, short black hair and is approximately 5’8" in height. He also wears glasses.

He was last seen wearing a grey duffle coat and white trainers.

Miller was previously reported as missing on 30 November 2009, before being found again on 19 December.

Detective Constable Sharon Porter from Ealing Missing Persons Unit said: “Ian’s family are growing increasingly concerned for his safety during this particularly cold weather. They are desperate to hear from him and need to know he is safe and well.”

Anyone with information is asked to call the Ealing Missing Persons unit on 0208 246 1040, or call the National Missing Persons Hotline on 0500 700 700.

January 7, 2010