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Appeal for man last seen in 1994

Trevor O'Donnell before he went missing (left) and as he might look now (right)
Trevor O'Donnell will be 38 this week, but was last seen at the age of 24

The search for a man who went missing at the age of 24 in Kent is being renewed, 14 years after he vanished.

Trevor O'Donnell, who was also known as Patrick, was last seen in Canterbury on 29 March 1994.

An appeal by the charity Missing People is being made to mark his 38th birthday this week, which includes the release of a picture of how he might look now.

Mr O'Donnell is 6ft (1.8m) tall, of slim build with blue eyes and had short straight mousey hair.

Terri Blythe, of Missing People, said all leads would be investigated.




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