ONE month on, and still missing pensioner Harry Warwick hasn’t been found despite extensive police searches across greater Belfast.
And on Tuesday evening, the PSNI stressed officers will continue to try and locate Mr Warwick’s whereabouts
It said a dedicated team of detectives continue to follow up all sightings and reports of Harry Warwick.
“As we have reported before, a significant number of searches have been carried out across North Belfast based upon reports from the public and details of Harry’s last movements.”
The investigation is beind led by Detective Chief Inspector Alan Little.
He is currently reviewing all of our searches with the National Search Advisor.
Added the PSNI: “There have been over 40 reported sightings of Harry which have all been followed up and hundreds of hours of CCTV footage have been examined.
“We have spoken to Harry’s friends and relatives for additional information which may lead to his whereabouts, but so far this has proved unsuccessful.
“Thousands of leaflets with Harry’s photo have been distributed and police have also performed road stops in the area to ask motorists if they have any information.”
Mr Warwick went missing from Abingdon Manor care home off the Crumlin Road in north Belfast on December 19.
Please continue to report any sightings to Tennent Street on 0845 600 8000.