Fears grow over missing London man Carl Hodges whose car was spotted in Cambridgeshire

15:59 04 February 2016

Carl Hodges, whose car has been spotted in Cambridgeshire, has been missing since Wednesday February 3.

Carl Hodges, whose car has been spotted in Cambridgeshire, has been missing since Wednesday February 3.

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Police are growing ‘increasingly worried’ for the welfare of a missing man whose car was spotted in Cambridgeshire.

Carl Hodges, orginally from Hillingdon, West London, was last seen near his home on on Hawkesworth Close, Northwood, at 5.30am on Wednesday February 3.

Carl, 33, is described as white, 6ft tall and of medium build. He has a scar on his chest.

When last seen, he was wearing a black and burgundy fleece, although he may have a change of clothes with him.

He is believed to be driving a black five-door Kia Rio, registration HJ11 WAE, which has been sighted in the Cambridgeshire area.

Anyone who has seen him is asked to contact the Metropolitan Police via 101 quoting reference 16MIS004859.

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