Police launch fresh appeal for information to find Padiham man Peter Beason who has been missing for a month
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Following CCTV enquiries Peter was seen again a day later at around 5pm, walking from the medical centre car park in Station Road with an umbrella in his right hand. He walked to the end of Station Road and turned right onto Burnley Road. Around 5.26pm on the same day he was seen walking across the front of the fire station, before crossing Station Road just before the bridge. He was carrying a box in his right hand, as well as an umbrella.
Police have since established a further sighting of Peter on CCTV in the Grove Lane area on Friday, March 24th, at around 12:31pm heading into the countryside. Peter has links to Burnley and Padiham and detectives believe he may have remained on foot but could be anywhere within Lancashire, close to the border, or possibly in North or West Yorkshire.
Peter is described as white, 5ft 8in tall, of slim build with brown and grey shoulder-length hair. When he was last seen he was wearing pale jeans, a grey and black long-sleeved fleece and a blue waterproof jacket with a hood. He was carrying a red and black rucksack.
If you have seen him, or have any information about where he may be please call 101 or email [email protected] quoting log 0511 of March 26. For immediate sightings of Peter, please call 999.