Indian-origin man missing in Manchester

Concern is growing for a 20-year-old Indian-origin man who has gone missing since January 2 from Manchester.

London: Concern is growing for a 20-year-old
Indian-origin man who has gone missing since the early hours
of January 2 from a place in Manchester, which is less than 16
kilometres from where Anuj Bidve was killed on December 26.

Gurdeep Hayer, who is based in West Bormwich, travelled
to Manchester on December 31 to celebrate New Year`s Eve with
friends. He stayed with friends in the Fallowfield area of
Manchester.

The police said that Gurdeep celebrated New Year`s Eve
and went out again with friends on the night of January 1. He
was last seen leaving Sankeys, an entertainment centre, on his
own, at 2.30am local time the following morning.

Superintendent Hughie Hardiman said: "Gurdeep`s family
are clearly fraught with worry for him, as nobody has seen or
heard anything from him for more than five days now.
They simply want to know he is safe".

Bureau Report

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