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UPDATE: Police and Family Renew Appeal for Missing Craig Alderson, Queensbury

Thursday 23 February, 2017

Detectives are issuing new CCTV images and renewed appeal to trace missing man Craig Alderson who has been missing for several weeks. 

Mr Alderson, aged 44, who is originally from the Queensbury area, was last seen on Friday 20 January and has not been in touch with any friends or family. 

The CCTV images are from Chapel Street, in Queensbury on 20 January around 10:45pm, which shows Craig holding a laser measuring device in his hand. 

Officers in Calderdale have been conducting extensive enquiries to locate Craig, both in residential areas and open ground, working alongside local Search and Rescue teams and partners across both Bradford and Calderdale districts. 

They have also been continually in touch with Craig's family, friends and acquaintances.

Detective Chief Inspector Chris Gibson, of Calderdale Police said: "We hope that releasing these new images and video of Craig that they might jog someone's memory and members of the public can assist us in trying to trace him. 

"It is extremely out of character for Craig to go missing and for him not to be in contact with his friends and family. We have been conducting extensive enquiries for the last month to locate him. 

"I firmly believe that the answers to finding Craig lay within the Queensbury area, and once again to appeal to anyone who thinks they may have seen him, or anyone who has heard from him or knows where he is now to get in contact with the police. 

"We are ever increasingly concerned for Craig's welfare and our investigation is ongoing as we continue to strongly urge anyone who has any information to come forward as soon as possible." 

Craig's sister, Mandy Sladen, said: "Craig has been missing for well over a month now and the whole family are incredibly worried. We are appealing to Craig to contact anyone, friend or family, just to let us know he's safe.  

"We are hoping that these new images of him from Queensbury, where he was last seen, will help anyone out there who has that missing piece of information we need. 

"The police have continually been in touch with us since Craig went missing and we are pleading to anyone who knows anything about his disappearance to urgently get in touch with the police to help find him."

Any information about Craig's whereabouts should be passed to police by calling 101 and quoting 13170034270.

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Friday February 10, 2017

Police are continuing to appeal for information to trace missing Craig Alderson have had a number of unconfirmed sightings of him, as the missing persons enquiry to find him moves in to it's fourth week. Craig Alderson

Mr Alderson, 44 who is originally from Queensbury was last seen on Friday January 20th.  

Officers have been continuing with extensive enquiries to find Craig, including working with the local Search and Rescue teams and partners across Bradford. They have also been speaking extensively to Craig's family, friends and acquaintances.  

Inspector Gary Stephenson from Calderdale Police said; "It is incredibly out of character for Craig to go missing and for him not to be in contact with the people closest to him. I firmly believe that the answers to finding Craig lay within the Queensbury area, and once again to appeal to anyone who thinks they may have seen him, or anyone who has heard from him or knows where he is now to get in contact with the police. 

"We are growing increasingly concerned for Craig's welfare, and our investigation is continuing as we continue urge anyone who has any information to come forward." 

Information should be passed to police by calling 101 and quoting 13170034270.

 

Sunday February 5, 2017

Police are continuing to appeal for the public's help in finding Craig Alderson, who has been missing for over two weeks.

Mr Alderson, 44, was last seen on Friday 20 January in the Queensbury area of Bradford.

Detective Inspector Allan Raw of Calderdale Police said; "Craig has now been missing for over two weeks and we are still very concerned for his welfare. It is very much out of character for Craig to be missing and we want to make sure he is OK. We know that he has links in Queensbury and across Bradford and would appeal to anyone who has seen or heard from him, or who knows where he is now to contact the police. Enquiries are ongoing."

Anyone with any information about Craig is asked to contact police via 101 quoting reference 13170034270.

 

Thursday February 2, 2017

Police are continuing to appeal for the public's help in finding Craig Alderson, who has been missing for nearly two weeks. 

Mr Alderson, 44, was last seen on Friday 20 January in the Queensbury area of Bradford. 

Detective Inspector Allan Raw of Calderdale Police said; "Craig has now been missing for 14 days and we are still very concerned for his welfare. It is very much out of character for Craig to be missing and we want to make sure he is OK. We know that he has links in Queensbury and across Bradford and would appeal to anyone who has seen or heard from him, or who knows where he is now to contact the police. Enquiries are ongoing." 

Anyone with any information about Craig is asked to contact police via 101 quoting reference 13170034270.

 

Friday January 27, 2017

Police are growing increasingly concerned about 44 year old Craig Alderson from Halifax and are continuing to appeal to the public to help find him. 

Craig was last seen in the early hours of Saturday morning (21/1) in the Southowram area. He is know to have contacts across Halifax and in the Queensbury area. 

Inspector David Shaw of Calderdale Police said; "We are growing increasingly concerned for Craig's welfare as his absence is very out of character. I would appeal to anyone who has seen or heard from Craig since Saturday, or who knows where he is now to get in contact. Enquiries are ongoing" 

Anyone with any information about Craig is asked to contact police via 101 quoting 1510 of January 22.

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