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Family's heartfelt plea to missing dad.

THE FAMILY of a Warwick man who has been missing since Monday has made an emotional plea for him to come home.

Sukhdev Lota, aged 64, of Laburnum Grove, Warwick left a relative's home in Richardson Close at about 7.30pm and has not been seen since.

His wife, son and daughter-inlaw say they are very worried about him and that his four-year-old grandson is asking for him.

His son said: "Dad, please come home or let us know that you are safe. Whatever the issues, come back, we can sort everything out. We are all worried about you and miss you very much. Your grandson keeps asking for you and wants to know when he will see you again. He has said that he feels sad and misses his Dadaji."

Mr Lota, who lives in Laburnum Grove, Warwick is described as being Asian, 5ft 11ins, slim with short, greying hair.

When he was last seen he was wearing a black jacket, beige/brown trousers and black slip-on shoes. Searches involving officers, dogs and the force helicopter have taken place over the past three days. Officers have also visited places Mr Lota is known to go.

Anyone who sees Mr Lota, or knows of his whereabouts, is asked to contact Warwickshire Police on 01926 415000.

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Date:Apr 16, 2011
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