AN expat who has been missing for a week has finally been found.
After the family’s urgent plea to find Anthony (Tony) Oldham, the 48-year-old chef was found by a ‘Spanish man named Nacho’ who brought him home.
He was taken to hospital this morning to receive ‘the help he needs.’
Anthony had last been seen on Friday around 1.30pm at Plaza de España in Arroyo de la Miel, Benalmadena but had no money, phone or I.D. with him.
His disappearance had been reported to the police.
Fiancé, Karen Lincoln and her daughter, Chloe took to Facebook calling for help to find Anthony, which was shared by hundreds.
Speaking about his return, Chloe, said: “Mum and I are completely overwhelmed, goes without saying.”
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