Southwark autistic man who loves bus travel has gone missing

Police are appealing for information on missing 23-year-old Richard Rodrigues from Southwark.

Richard was last seen on 16 July at approximately 3.30pm, at Surrey Quays Station.

He is described as being a black male of medium build, with a trimmed beard and short black hair.

He is thought to be wearing black jeans, a black top, black trainers and carrying an Adidas rucksack.

Richard is autistic and can find it quite difficult to communicate with others.

It is not known where he may have travelled to, but officers and Richard’s family believe it is highly likely he will still using public transport as he has a particular interest in it.

Anyone with information on Richard’s whereabouts is asked to contact police on 101 quoting 18MIS028519.

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