Police ‘concerned’ over Bournemouth man

An inter-county search has been launched for a missing man.

Saad Al-Omar was last seen around 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, October 30.

Police believe he may now be in the Southampton or New Forest area.

Officers are concerned for the well-being of the 41-year-old and are looking to the public to help find him.

A native of Bournemouth, he is described as 5ft 11in and a slim build with either short hair or a shaved head.

He was last seen leaving a property in the Westbourne area wearing a black zip top and black jogging bottoms.

Dorset Police believe he may have boarded a train bound for London Waterloo from Bournemouth station where he was last seen on CCTV.

However, the search for him has now been extended to cover the New Forest and Southampton area.

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Inspector Jon Wasey, of Dorset Police, said: ‘According to our investigations, we have obtained CCTV footage of a confirmed sighting of Saad at around 5.50pm on Sunday 30th October 2022 at Bournemouth station.

“It is believed he may have boarded a train to London Waterloo, but this has not been confirmed.”

He added: “I would also like to repeat my appeal to Saad if you see this – please contact us and let us know where you are. We just want to check that you are ok.

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