Detective’s appeal to find vulnerable man missing for almost two weeks

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Detectives in Calderdale are continuing to appeal for help to trace a vulnerable missing 19-year-old man.

Antony Peter William Hill, who also uses the names Antony Richie and Antoine Richis, who 19, was last seen on Monday February 22 at Todmorden Market, around 12.30pm.

He is believed to have been in Manchester city centre on Wednesday February 24.

He is described as a white male, 5”10” tall of very slim build with short dark hair, which was partially shaved when he was last seen.

Antony Hill, who also uses the names Antony Richie and Antoine Richis, who 19, is believed to have been in Manchester City Centre on Wednesday February 24.

Detective Inspector David Shaw of Calderdale CID said; “We are increasingly concerned for Antony’s safety and welfare as it is out of character for him to go missing and to not be in contact with anyone.

“We believe that Antony was in the City Centre of Manchester on February 24, and know that he has links across Greater Manchester and Lancashire, as well as in the upper valley area of Calderdale.

“I would urge anyone who has seen or heard from Anthony in the last month, or who knows where he is now to come forward as soon as possible. I would equally like to appeal directly to Antony to get in touch so we know that he is OK. Enquiries are ongoing.”

Anyone who has seen or heard from Antony, or who knows where is now is asked to contact Calderdale CID via 101.