We were kindly approached by Sergeant Ricky Burr, in person on Saturday, to assist with locating Aaron Campbell. As a result of our welfare checks and emergency frontline outreach, we have reached over a hundred regular attendees, who may not know of media releases and appeals. They are all now also assisting, with the search. At the time it was not an active release so we could not mention his name, but we were actively looking out for him.
See below, courtesy of North East Police Division, (open source share permission). Aaron's photo permitted share too.
Officers in Aberdeen are asking for the public's assistance in tracing Arron Campbell (36) who has been reported missing from the city centre area.
Arron was last seen on Union Street on Thursday, 31 December, 2020. He is described as around 6 ft tall with short red hair, and was wearing a yellow hoodie and black jacket. He is known to frequent Aberdeen city centre and also has links to Inverness.
Sergeant Ricky Burr said: "We are concerned for Arron's welfare as he has not been in touch with family or friends since he was last seen on the 31st of December. I would urge anyone who has seen him or been in touch with him since the start of the year to contact police on 101, quoting reference 1489 of 15 January."
We call on all our volunteers, services, peers and anyone who can, to share this. Please NOTE, this is a welfare appeal, no one is in trouble. Any information can be passed anonymously to Police or to ourselves if you wish. But please help Aaron and his worried family and friends. Aaron is a veteran, with a kind nature, who as many do, has found himself in hard times. We have for some time had a great relationship with him, and we are all thinking of him and his family/friends at this time. Thank you, the whole Street Friends Team.
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