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8th May 2017

Calls for information about student missing since Saturday night

Student Charlie Bartlett was last seen at Sound Control late on the night, but has not been heard from since

Friends and family of University of Manchester student Charlie Bartlett, who was last seen on the night of Saturday 6th of May, have called for any information about his whereabouts.

Charlie attended the Owens Park end of year ball at the Principal Hotel on Oxford Road on Saturday evening, the 6th of May. He went from there to Sound Control on New Wakefield Street, just across the road, but has not been seen since then. He is most likely to still be in black tie having come directly from the ball.

His brother, Harry, posted to Facebook on the 8th of May, asking for people to contact him or Greater Manchester Police if they knew anything about where Charlie might be, and to share as widely as possible to raise awareness.

“Charlie Bartlett, my little brother, has gone missing in Manchester for over 24 hours now. If anyone has or does see him, or knows anything please get in contact with me,” he posted.

He asked that people either called him, on 07827292124, or the police, on 0161 872 5050, quoting the reference 154-08051.

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