Police ask for help to find missing Tisbury man
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3:16pm 18th October 2012.
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A vulnerable Tisbury man has gone missing from his home for the second time in four months.
66 year old John Rickett, was last seen at around 8.30am yesterday morning (Wednesday 17th October) at his sheltered accomodation in the town.
It's believed he could be making his way to the Market Drayton area of Shropshire using trains to get there, as he has previous connections to the area.
Police are looking for information to help find him as it's thought he doesn't have his regular medication with him.
John's pictured above and was wearing a pale cream waterproof coat and glasses.
He also went missing in June this year and at that time was found safe and well within a few days.
If you can help with any information about John's whereabouts, you can call Wiltshire Police on 101.
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