Missing Pensioner Anthony Brown Last Seen Leaving Kent Shopping Center, CCTV Footage Released

Authorities have released CCTV footage of missing pensioner Anthony Brown leaving a shopping center in Kent, two weeks after he was last seen.

The 82-year-old, also known as Tony, was spotted with another person at Bluewater in Greenhithe before boarding a train to Northfleet. He was reported missing on January 21, after being last seen on a train leaving Higham railway station on January 18.

It is believed that Mr. Brown, who hails from Reading, may still be in the Northfleet area. He had been in Kent after his car broke down on the M25 and he made his way to Bluewater before going to the train station.

Described as a white male, 5ft 10in tall, with grey receding hair and grey/blue eyes, Mr. Brown was last seen wearing grey trousers, brown shoes, a burgundy jumper, and a long checked beige coat. He was also using a metal walking stick.

Chief Inspector Will Lay of the North Kent police urged residents to check their sheds and outbuildings for any signs of Mr. Brown. He also asked people to review their private CCTV, doorbell, or dash camera footage for any sightings of the missing man, particularly after 5pm on January 18.

Authorities are exploring all possible leads and have not ruled out the possibility that Mr. Brown may have traveled out of the area. Any information that could help locate him should be reported to Kent Police.

Mr. Brown has connections to Woodley in Berkshire, Richmond in London, and may have also traveled to Surrey. The police are appealing to the public to come forward with any information that may assist in their search for the missing pensioner.

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