POLICE TRY TO TRACE MISSING MAN WHO ‘LIKED WALKING IN PENARTH’

The missing man - Andrew Klemencic enjoyed walking in Penarth

The missing man – Andrew Klemencic enjoyed walking in Penarth

South Wales Police are appealing to anyone who has any information about a missing man who ‘liked walking in Penarth’ to contact them.

The missing man, Andrew Klemencic (28) – known as “Drew” to his friends  and whose home is in Grangetown, Cardiff –  hasn’t been seen since about 10:00 on Tuesday .  He was reported to the police as being missing on Friday,

Posters appealing for informaton about Andrew Klemencic have been put up around the National Stadium

Posters appealing for information about Andrew Klemencic have been put up around the National Stadium

Mr Klemencic came originally from Aberystwyth but has lived Cardiff for 10 years and is known to be a Manchester United fan .  He frequently visited Cardiff city-centre and the Penarth area where he was fond of walking .

His brother Matt travelled from Aberystwyth to Cardiff on Friday night  after being told that his brother was missing. His family haves put posted up in railway stations and near the Principality Stadium where Wales were playing Australia.

South Wales Police have  urged anyone with information –  or Mr Klemencic himself – to get in touch with them by calling 101 –  quoting reference number 372 4/11/16

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