Missing man not seen for 15 days since ‘suspicious activity’ at home
Written by Rother Radio News on 02/10/2020
Police have released more images into the “suspicious” disappearance of a Doncaster man over two weeks ago.
Just before 9pm on Thursday, September 17, officers responded to reports of suspicious activity at the property of Henris Deividas Uzovanne in Warren Close, Intake.
When officers arrived no one was there but there was evidence of a disturbance and CCTV evidence shows three men entered his home just before 9pm.
A missing person’s appeal was launched to trace Henris and concerns were growing for his welfare.
Now South Yorkshire Police have released images of men, and a car they wish to trace that coudl prove vital to his whereabouts.
Detective Sergeant Nina Jackson said: “The circumstances in which Henris has been reported missing to us are concerning, and it is our priority to find him and make sure he is safe and well.
“Following extensive enquiries, including the reviewing of CCTV footage we have identified that a black car stopped outside Henris’ house on Warren Close at around 8:50pm.
“Three men got out of the car and entered the property. We are keen to identify who these men are and who the vehicle belongs to.
“Following further CCTV enquiries, we have identified two men we believe to be associates of Henris and may be able to help us piece together and understand more about his life.
“CCTV images show a man wearing red shorts riding a red RockHopper bike, we would like to speak to him. We believe he was with Henris up until 8pm on the day of the incident.
“The second man we are seeking the identity of has been seen with Henris on previous occasions
“Henris’ family have not heard from him since he was last seen on Thursday 17 September, they, along with officers are becoming increasingly concerned and would like to know that Henris is safe.”
Henris is described as being Lithuanian, around 6ft tall, of a slim build, with black hair.
If you have seen Henris, or can identify the men in the images, contact police through 101 quoting incident number 832 of September 17.