Man who disappearance sparked concerns is found safe

PUBLISHED: 10:12 29 September 2020 | UPDATED: 18:59 29 September 2020

Missing man Martin Conroy. Pic: Norfolk Constabulary

Missing man Martin Conroy. Pic: Norfolk Constabulary

Norfolk Constabulary

A Norwich man whose disappearance prompted concerns over his welfare has been found.

Martin Conroy, 57, from Margaret Close in Hellesdon, was reported missing on Monday, September 28 after he failed to turn up for an appointment, which Norfolk police said was “out of character”.

Police launched a public appeal after enquiries established that he was last seen at 9.45am on the day of his disappearance at a pharmacy in St Williams Way, Thorpe St Andrew.

Mr Conroy was found at approximately 4.30pm on Tuesday, September 29, and required medical treatment.

He remains at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

A Norfolk police spokesman said: “We would like to thank the public for their help in sharing this appeal.”

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