UK police are investigating the disappearance of a British tourist named Andrew Cunningham near Cadiz.
Derbyshire police have called in Interpol after a series of large cash withdrawals were made from his account at an ATM in Chiclana de la Frontera on April 7,8,9 and 10 – totaling €2,050.
His family have now appealed to the Olive Press for help, after trying to contact him by phone, text and email without success.
Andrew, who has been spending time in the well known alternative hang out of Canos de Meca, is travelling in Andalucia in his motorhome and has based himself in Roche, south of Chiclana.
“We must assume that his cards, mobile phone and laptop have been taken,” said his father Richard.
“We fear for his safety, he may be in hospital or worse.”
His motorhome’s number plate is D406 URP.
If you know of the whereabouts of Andrew or his motorhome please email [email protected]
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