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Search goes on for missing Chafford Hundred resident Bradley Arthur

PUBLISHED: 17:16 05 January 2015 | UPDATED: 17:16 05 January 2015

Bradley Arthur

Bradley Arthur

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Residents of Chafford Hundred and beyond have come together in the search for missing Bradley Arthur.

Bradley, aged 24, who lives in Drake Road, Chafford Hundred, a father to a two month old baby son, was last seen at a house party in Grove Road, Grays, at around 3.30am on Thursday, January 1. There have been no confirmed sightings of him since then.

Before the house party, he had been celebrating New Year’s Eve with friends at Orsett Hall. He is described as white, around 6ft tall and very thin with mousey brown hair and stubble. When he was last seen he was wearing dark blue jeans, a white shirt and a grey blazer. He was reported missing at just after 8pm on New Year’s Day by his mother.

Police are asking residents in Grays to check their gardens, sheds, garages and outbuildings for any signs of Bradley.

Anyone who knows where he is or if they have seen Bradley is asked to contact Essex Police on 101.

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