Police searching for missing Wellington man

Stephen Landrum went missing yesterday and police and family have serious concerns for his wellbeing. Photo / Supplied
Stephen Landrum went missing yesterday and police and family have serious concerns for his wellbeing. Photo / Supplied

Wellington police are looking for missing 56-year-old Stephen Landrum.

Police are seeking the public's help in tracking down Mr Landrum who went missing from his daughter's address yesterday.

Stephen left the address without his cell phone and family and police have serious concerns for his wellbeing as he suffers from Parkinson's disease.

It is believed Stephen intended to catch a bus to Levin to stay with family members, however he has not yet arrived.

Stephen has been known to walk a lot and his family believe he is still within the Wellington area, most likely in the suburb of Northland.

He was last seen wearing a blue sweater and grey pants.

Police are asking anyone who sees Stephen, or knows where he is, to call the Wellington Central Police Station on 04 381 2000.

- NZ Herald

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