Fresh appeal over missing Daren from King’s Lynn
The family of missing Daren Siggins last night launched a fresh appeal for anyone who has seen him to come forward.
Mr Siggins, 39, was last seen at his home in King’s Lynn on December 22. His family have not heard from him since he telephoned them on December 27.
Mr Siggins said he was feeling very low and wanted to leave his home in North Lynn. When police went to the property, they found his mobile phone and the medicine he must take every two weeks.
Last night Mr Siggins’s brother, Terry, 41, said without his medication, Daren could become depressed and lethargic, and have difficulty looking after himself.
“It’s been six or seven weeks now,” he said. “We’re not talking about someone healthy who’s gone missing and doesn’t want to be found. He’ll be totally disorientated.”
Mr Siggins said family members had travelled to Heacham, Hunstanton and Sheringham to put up posters and ask people if they had seen Daren.
He said they believed he may have booked into a guest house in one of the resorts, which he enjoyed visiting before he disappeared. But his bank account has not been touched and they now fear he may be sleeping rough.
Insp Paul Garrard, of King’s Lynn police,said: “Our inquiries are continuing. His case is looked at every day and any tasks that can be done are carried out by officers.
“We are in regular contact with Daren’s family, friends and associates and would ask anyone who knows anything about where he might be to contact us on 101.”
Mr Siggins is 5ft 8ins and slim, with short mousy-brown hair. When last seen he was wearing a short dark jacket, white trainers and either tracksuit bottoms or jeans.