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Pensioner is still missing.

POLICE in Solihull are concerned for a 67-year-old man who has been missing for almost a week.

Derek Savin was last seen by his wife at their home in St Gerards Road, Solihull, at 8:30am on July 26. Mr Savin said he was walking to the local shop to get a newspaper. He did not arrive and has not been seen since.

Today, Derek's daughter Alison said: "All the family are desperate for Dad to make contact, we miss him terribly and want to know he is well."

Acting Det Chief Insp Neil Thomas said: "Derek has been married for 40 years and is described as a creature of habit. His disappearance is completely out of character."

He is described as white, 5ft 10ins and large build with thinning grey hair and clean-shaven. He was wearing brown trousers, a green short-sleeved shirt and cream anorak.

Anyone with information should call Solihull police on 0845 113 5000.
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Date:Jul 31, 2009
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