Brent Police in appeal to find missing vulnerable man from Wembley
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Stephen Bourke, 21, is autistic and was last seen in Harrow
Brent Police are appealing for information leading to the whereabouts of a vulnerable man from Wembley who has gone missing.
Stephen Bourke was last seen in Harrow at around 2pm yesterday where he had been taken by his care workers to visit a museum.
The 21-year-old is autistic and cannot communicate well with others.
He requires constant care and is on medication twice a day for epilepsy.
Mr Bourke is 6ft 2 ins tall and of large build.
He has recently had his hair cut.
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When last seen he was wearing a black Adidas padded jacket, blue tracksuit bottoms and white Donnay trainers.
He was also carrying a black Slazenger backpack and does not have any money on him.
Anyone with information should call the Missing Person Unit on 020 8733 3771 or missing people on 116 000.