MISSING PEOPLE: Five men in Sheffield and South Yorkshire police are urgently searching for

A search for a missing Rotherham man who disappeared last weekend is continuing today.

Thursday, 9th July 2020, 8:42 am
Updated Thursday, 9th July 2020, 8:42 am

Corey Mitchell, aged 24, from Brinsworth, was last seen at home by his family at around 5am on Sunday, July 5 and was captured on a CCTV camera at the junction of nearby Duncan Street and Whitehall Lane a short time later.

He was wearing a dark hoody, dark tracksuit bottoms and black or grey wellies. He was also carrying a rucksack, which the police describe as orange but his family say was pink.

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Police searches are under way for five missing South Yorkshire men

Detective Inspector Joanne Kemp said: “Our concerns for Corey’s safety are growing and his family are desperate for information about where he is.

A number of other missing people enquiries are also under way in South Yorkshire.

Anthony Richmond

Malcolm James Bagley, 33, from Doncaster, has not been seen since he boarded an East Midlands train from Sheffield to St Pancras, London, at 2.29pm on Friday, June 12.

He is white, 6ft 2in tall, of a medium build and has blue eyes and short, dark hair.

He has a tattoo of a cat wearing a top hat on this right arm and was last seen wearing a blue hoody, jeans and trainers.

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Corey Mitchell

Richard Dyson, 57, disappeared from his home in Barnsley on Friday, November 15, last year.

He dropped his daughter off at her home in Aston, Rotherham, and vanished.

He was seen walking towards the A6135 Sheffield Road in Hoyland, Barnsley, two days later, on Sunday, November 17, at around 11pm.

Anthony Richmond, 62, has not been seen since he was captured on CCTV on Greenland Road, Darnall, Sheffield, at 8.52pm on Monday, November 11, last year.

Richard Dyson

Anthony, who is from West Yorkshire but had been working in Sheffield, was wearing a camouflage jacket, camouflage trousers and carrying a beige rucksack.

He is around 6ft and slim with grey, thinning hair.

He is known to always wear a flat cap and has a grey goatee beard.

One of the longest running missing person enquiries involves the disappearance of Doncaster teenager Andrew Gosden.

Andrew went missing in 2007 when he was 14 years old and boarded a train to London.

There have been no positive sightings since.

Malcolm James Bagley

Andrew has an unusual and distinctive right ear. He is deaf in his left ear and struggles to locate the direction of sounds.

He used to speak quickly and quietly, without a strong accent, which is unlikely to have changed. He is highly intelligent.

Anyone with any information on the whereabouts of any of the missing men should call South Yorkshire Police on 101.

An age progression photo of Andrew Gosden