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Vulnerable Dulwich man with “acute confusion” missing

Police are appealing for help in locating a Dulwich man with “acute confusion” who is missing.

Andrew Armstrong, 69, was last seen in Kings College Hospital at around 4pm on February 24.

Police say he “suffers with acute confusion and alcohol related psychosis”. He also requires regular medication to stabilise his condition.

Andrew is a white man, of slim build with short grey balding hair. He has no teeth and a strong Northern Irish accent. When last seen he was wearing grey tracksuit bottoms, a darker grey hooded top and a dark coloured T-Shirt with black shoes.

Detectives investigating believe that Andrew is in the Lambeth area.

Anyone who has seen Andrew or knows where he is should call Lambeth CID via 101 or contact Missing People on 116 000.

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