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Man with head injury missing from Queen’s Hospital, Romford

PUBLISHED: 09:38 23 January 2017 | UPDATED: 10:11 23 January 2017

Hamid Ahmadi is missing from Queen's Hopsital with a head injury

Hamid Ahmadi is missing from Queen's Hopsital with a head injury

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A man suffering from a head injury is missing from Queen’s Hospital.

Hamid Ahmadi was admitted to Queen’s Hospital in Rom Valley Way, Romford, but has gone missing.

If anyone sees him, they should contact the police on 999 and refer to case number 2141/17.

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