Renewed appeal for missing man with north Northumberland links

Carl Rowe
Carl Rowe

Police searching for Sunderland man Carl Rowe, who has possible connections with north Northumberland, have made a fresh appeal for witnesses more than a week after he went missing.

Mr Rowe, 42, of Eglington Street North, in Roker, was last seen by family members around 6.45pm, on Sunday night, March 30. He was reported missing by relatives on Monday afternoon, March 31.

CCTV showed him withdrawing cash at Newcastle Road in Sunderland on Monday morning, March 31. View the CCTV images of Mr Rowe here.

On Wednesday, April 2, he was sighted in North Berwick, in Scotland, and he is still believed to have been in that area as recently as Friday.

He also has possible links with the Berwick area and Paisley in Scotland.

When spotted in North Berwick, he was wearing navy-coloured Adidas tracksuit bottoms with three stripes down the legs and a navy waterproof jacket with a distinctive bright blue colour in the inner hood.

Mr Rowe is described as white, 5ft 10ins tall, with short, dark-brown hair, spiked up and wearing glasses.

Police are concerned for Mr Rowe’s welfare and are appealing for the public’s help to trace him.

DS Les Goodliff, Sunderland Area Command, said: “We’re continuing in our efforts to trace Mr Rowe and ensure he is safe and well. Anyone who sees him or has information about his whereabouts is asked to contact police as soon as possible.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 ext 69191, quoting reference 636 31/03/14.