Found Deceased UK - Anthony Haley, 42, 'high risk', St Austell, Cornwall, 22 Sep 2021

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Have you seen Anthony?

Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of 42-year-old Anthony Haley who has been reported missing from the St Austell area.

Anthony was last seen at around 9.30am on Wednesday 22 September.
He is described as a white male, of stocky build and around 6ft tall. He has facial hair and tattoos on his arms and hands. Anthony is believed to be wearing black trousers and a blue t-shirt.

Officers are continuing to carry out enquiries to locate him.

Anyone who sees Anthony and anyone with information as to his whereabouts is asked to contact police on 999 quoting log 622 22/9/21.

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The search for a missing Cornwall man in his 40s has escalated, as emergency services and his family remain concerned for his welfare.

Anthony Haley, 42, from St Austell, was last seen at around 9.30am on Wednesday (September 22).

Police, the Coastguard, mountain search and rescue crews, and people who know Anthony have been looking for him - with the search escalating in recent days.

The search for Anthony, classed as 'high risk', has been ongoing since Wednesday night, with police appealing for information on his whereabouts since Thursday.

Emergency services are primarily looking in the St Austell area, with his family saying he could be on one of the nearby coast paths, or in the areas around Gorran or Mevagissey.

East Cornwall Search and Rescue Team, on Friday, said it had been assisting Devon and Cornwall Police in the search in the Pnetewan Valley area.

The team posted on social media: "His work vehicle was located on Wednesday, and St Austell Police conducted initial searches and contacted the team for further assistance.

"This included searches of extensive steep woodland and countryside in the Pentewan Valley which continued throughout Thursday and in to the evening, and then all of Friday.

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"St Austell Coastguard and Mevagissey Coastguard teams, National Police Air Service HQ police helicopter and Mountain Rescue Search Dogs England have all been involved in the efforts to locate him in coastal and inland areas.

"Police enquiries continue, and our volunteers will be involved in further searches throughout the weekend.

Anyone who sees him, or who has information on where he is, should call 999 immediately and quote 622 22/9/21.

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Sad news for a Friday morning.

A body has been found in the search for missing man Anthony Haley.

Anthony, from the St Austell area, was last seen at around 9.30am on Wednesday, September 22.

In an update on Friday morning, Devon and Cornwall Police said that the body of a man was found in East Cornwall yesterday and although formal identification is yet to take place, Anthony's family have been informed.

A spokesperson said: "The body of a man was located on Thursday September 30 in the East Cornwall area.

"Formal identification is yet to take place, but the family of Anthony Haley has been informed of this development.

"The death is not being treated as suspicious and a file will be prepared for the coroner."

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We don't change titles or move threads until after formal identification has been announced.

Please Report when that happens.

Thank you.
 

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We don't change titles or move threads until after formal identification has been announced.

Please Report when that happens.

Thank you.

The family have confirmed it in the official missing group as per link above.
 
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