|Family Appeal To Trace Missing Putney Man|
Marc Hutton has been missing after bad reaction during knee surgery
The family of a missing man has issued an appeal today, Thursday13 March urging Londoners to help trace their missing son. The parents of Marc Hutton, 28 have made the appeal following no contact from their son since Friday, 28 February.
Marc’s disappearance has been described by his family as out of character and as the days pass they are becoming ever increasingly worried and concerned for his welfare.
Marc was recovering from minor knee surgery which had taken place on the 19 February. His family and friends believe that Marc may have suffered an adverse reaction to the anaesthetic used during the operation and are extremely concerned.
The last know sighting of Marc was by friends at 23:00hrs at his home address in Sefton Street, Putney. He is described as a white man, 6 feet tall, of proportionate build with short dark hair. Marc may be using crutches following his knee surgery.
Police investigating Marc’s disappearance continue to pursue all lines of enquiry and there is no indication that he has used public transport or accessed his bank accounts since he disappeared.
Phil Hutton, Marc’s father said:
Detective Chief Inspector Jim Foley, from Wandsworth Borough CID, said:
Anyone who may have seen Marc is asked to call Wandsworth police station via 101, quoting ref 14MIS007050.
March 13, 2014