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Nottinghamshire Police reported on a Newark man missing from his home





A concerned family has issued an urgent appeal for a father and grandad after he’s been reported missing from his family home.

Robert Jessop, a father of five and grandad to a one-year-old, was last seen at his family home in Newark, on March 13.

An alert has also been issued by Nottinghamshire Police who is appealing to people who might have seen Robert to contact them.

Robert is described as 6ft tall of medium build and has short dark brown hair.

The 52-year-old man is believed to be travelling in his vehicle, a silver Mini Cooper 54 plate and to be out of Nottinghamshire.

His family said that his phone has been off the whole time and that they are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare.

In a Facebook post, his fiance, Louise Phelps said: “It is believed he may have been in the south west earlier this week, this is a part of the country he is familiar with.

“If he is still in his car it is quite distinctive so the hope is that someone has seen him somewhere.

“He has five children, the youngest being six, who is quite confused just now, and a one year old grandson all of whom need him home safe.

“If you think you may have seen him since the 13th or you spot his car please do get in touch.”

Nottinghamshire police is asking anyone who has seen Robert or has any information on his location, to contact the police on 101 quoting incident number 545-01042024.



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