VOLUNTEERS have been asked to join the search for missing Brit Michael Owen who was last seen on the Costa del Sol more than a week ago.
The Mayor of Manilva, Maria Jimenez has asked people to join Guardia Civil at 7.45 am tomorrow for a search starting at the entrance to Aldea Hills, Manilva.
He has no phone, wallet, cash, passport or credit cards and his family are becoming increasingly concerned.
Michael’s father Gary has also appealed to the public for help to find his son.
Gary said “Michael suffers from a mental illness and although he is not dangerous, he may be disoriented, so it is important to locate him as soon as possible. ”
Anyone with information should contact Dean Tyler Shelton on 0034 656 52 32 60 or Gary Owen on 0044 7517 490518.
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