UPDATE 11th April: Tristen has now been FOUND thank you. Read more.
Vulnerable Northfield man Tristen Fletcher (aka Lee Fullilove) has been missing since Tuesday (9th April) and has still not been found over 48 hours later, despite searches by West Midlands Police and his family.
Members of Tristen’s family have asked us to make people aware that he was formerly known as Lee Fullilove, as many local people may know him by this name. His family have asked that as many people as possible share the appeal for information on their social networks.
His sister-in-law Cheryl said: “We all appreciate everyone sharing as much info as possible, just to find him safe and bring him home.”
Tristen, 37, left his home in Bristol Road South at just after 6.30am on Tuesday in his dark blue Rover 25 registration AX52 HSV
West Midlands Police describe Tristan as a white man, 6ft tall, slim build with light brown, shoulder length straight hair. He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a dark blue jacket and a beanie hat.
Police were informed at around 10pm on Tuesday night that Tristen, who is thought to suffer from depression, had not returned home. On Wednesday, Sergeant Delroy Padmore, from Birmingham South Police, said: “We have carried out searches of a number of areas overnight and these will continue […]. We are very concerned for Tristen’s welfare and would ask that he contacts us as soon as possible to let us know he is safe and well.”
Searches continued yesterday after numerous possible sightings were reported to police, including a helicopter search of Woodgate Valley Country Park.
If you know anything or think you may have sighted Tristen or his car please call West Midlands Police urgently on 101