Source: United Kingdom London Metropolitan Police
Police are renewing appeals for help to find a man who has been missing from his Marylebone home for a month.
Paul Hambleton, 48, was last seen in the Westminster area on Saturday, 14 November.
Officers are concerned for Paul’s welfare and would like to speak with anyone who has seen him or knows of his whereabouts.
His family are also asking Paul to make contact, especially with Christmas less than two weeks away. They are hoping that he will see a number messages that they have provided to officers:
His mother, said: “Paul, whatever the problems there are, they can be fixed, I beg you to please ring home, so we all know you are safe, we all love and miss you.“
His daughter Jessie, said: “Father, if you see this, I only wish the best for you. Words can’t describe how worried I am. I’m constantly thinking of you every day, I miss you so much. Please come home safe. To be able to hear your voice and feel your warm embrace and love are the only things I want. I love you, always.”
His daughter Tanzi, added: “All we want to know is if you’re alive. Once we know that, you can live your life as you see fit.”
His partner Emma, said: “Seeing you only in my dreams and in photos is most strange after so long. I am missing a limb. Making art and music without you seems wrong. I can’t wait to see you, hear you tell your stories, let you correct my image editing efforts and laugh and laugh and laugh. I love you.”
His stepson, Joel, said: “Please come back Paul. As someone who partly brought me up and raised me, I know you have deep troubles. Knowing each other as we do, you know that sometimes I find it hard and want to run away. What keeps me going is most of what you have taught me throughout the years. We may have had ups and downs but we need you back, mum needs you and your kids need you. So please come back.”
Anyone with information is asked to call police via 101 quoting reference Cad 1558/16Nov20.