A man with serious health problems who failed to return to his family home after a trip to Paris is being looked for by police.
David Greaves Vinson was due to back in Wembley on Friday (July 7) but travelled elsewhere instead.
Police say he has health problems which require him to take medication.
The 66-year-old had visited relative in the French capital and had boarded a train to return to London on Friday.
He should have disembarked at St Pancras International Station, but police believe he got off at got off at Ebbsfleet International Train Station, where he boarded another train around 11.43am, heading for Margate via Ashford.
They now suspect him to be in the Canterbury area.
He is a white man of slim build, approximately 5ft 10 ins tall and was last seen wearing a beige jacket, beige trousers, with either trainers or brown shoes.
He had a wheeled beige luggage bag with him.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts should contact police in Brent 101.
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