Portland Mum Makes Plea For Information About Her Missing Son
8:00am 13th December 2014
A mother on Portland is making a heartfelt plea for anyone who might know where her missing son is to call Dorset Police.
Jannett Davey says she just wants to know if her son, Paul Smith, is safe and well and if anybody could help, it would make her Christmas.
Paul went missing from his parents' home on 7th November when he said he was going to find somewhere to live in the Bournemouth area.
Jannett said: "I am urging anyone who was on those trains in Weymouth and Bournemouth and who may have seen Paul, who has information about where he is, to please get in contact with Dorset Police."
Paul is described as white, approximately five feet eight inches tall, of slight build, with short neat brown hair and brown eyes.
He was last seen wearing a long dark brown coat with large pockets, grey chino-style trousers and light brown canvas shoes.
Inspector Rob Jacobs, of Dorset Police, said: "Concern is increasing for Paul."
"I urge Paul to get in touch as soon as possible - we simply need to know that he is safe and well."
"Our investigations have revealed that Paul is believed to have got on a South West Trains service at 7.25am on Friday 7 November 2014 from Weymouth railway station and arrived in Bournemouth at 8.24am."
"Paul is then believed to have boarded a cross country train at 8.45am from Bournemouth and arrived in Coventry at 11.23am."
"We understand Paul may have used a train to get to Leamington Spa on Saturday 8 November 2014. He has not been seen or heard from since."