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Search for man with autism whose disappearance is 'out of character'

Police are concerned for the welfare of 32-year-old Mohammed Saad

An appeal has been launched after a man with autism went missing in Westmindter.

Police said Mohammed Saad's disappearance was "out of character".

He was last seen leaving an address in Cato Walk, Westminster, at around 8pm on Saturday (September 23), the police said.

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Officers in the borough are concerned for the welfare of the vulnerable 32-year-old who speaks very little English.

He is described as 5ft 11ins tall and of large build.

When he was last seen two days ago on Saturday September 23 he was wearing a grey hooded top and black tracksuit bottoms.

Police are appealing to anyone who has seen or knows of Mr Saad's whereabouts to call Westminster police via 101 or message @MetCC.

A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: "Mohammed has Autism and speaks very little English.

"His disappearance is out of character and there are concerns for his welfare."

Anyone who has seen Mohammed is asked to contact officers at Westminster via 101 or @MetCC

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