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Family plea to find missing father Luke Whelan

Coventry Editorial 2nd Dec, 2015 Updated: 28th Oct, 2016

A CONCERNED SISTER is appealing for information on her brother who’s been missing since Saturday night (November 28).

Luke Whelan has not been seen since Saturday, November 28 and has been reported missing to police.

The 37-year-old left his home address in Tile Hill just after 4pm on Saturday to go to the Unicorn Pub in Unicorn Lane and hasn’t returned home since.

Issuing a plea for information on Facebook, Luke’s sister Linsey said he was last seen between 6 and 7pm on Saturday night in the queue at the Station Road petrol station in Tile Hill Village.

He chatted to a friend, who said he seemed happy enough, and left carrying a shopping bag.

Luke is described as white, slim build, 5’8, short brown hair and last seen wearing jeans and a black Berghaus jacket.

Writing on Facebook, Ms Whelan said: “This is out of character for Luke , he has children and a fiancé and loves them very much.

“Can we all share as fast and far as possible I won’t rest until I find my beautiful brother. We love him so much.”

Police investigating his disappearance described Luke’s actions as ‘out of character’ and urged anyone with information to call officers on 101.

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