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More heartbreak for family of missing Warrington man James Miller as youths rip down posters


THE family of missing Warrington man James Miller has again been left heartbroken after youths were again seen tearing down posters that had been put on trees in the Latchford area.

It is now more than four months since James disappeared from his Latchford home after a family argument just before Christmas, with family and friends working tirelessly to try and find him.

They are anxious that his face is kept in public view and that his disappearance is not forgotten.
The latest incident involving youths ripping down posters off trees in Park Avenue, Latchford, was captured on CCTV.
Volunteers would like the youngster in the image located so they can ask him why he tore it down?
James Miller’s Sister Emma said: “It is absolutely heartbreaking to see youths ripping down James’s missing poster.
“We have been replacing posters all week for them to be ripped down day after day.
“It’s just so upsetting to see children doing this! What if it was their uncle their brother?
“The community support has been amazing though during this time.
“We still have no solid leads or confirmed sightings of James, but we will not give up until we know he is safe.”
Police have carried out extensive searches and also followed up reported sightings although none provided strong leads.
James had suffered a breakdown last September and his family fear his condition worsened due to lockdown.
James was last seen on Slater Street in Latchford at 11pm on Tuesday 22 December when he left home after a family argument but hasn’t been seen since and his disappearance is said to be completely out of character.
He is described as 5ft 8ins tall with bright blue eyes, of a medium build and with a distinctive scar on the side of his head. He was wearing a white t-shirt and grey jogging bottoms when he disappeared.
Anyone with information on James Miller should contact police on 101 quoting IML 880492.
A facebook page set up to help find him now has more than 10,000 members CLICK HERE

Volunteers left angry and upset after missing James Miller posters vandalised


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