A man who went missing after finishing a night shift at Tesco, in Boston, on Thursday morning, has been found, Lincolnshire Police have confirmed.
A force spokesman confirmed the news this morning (Tuesday).
They said he was found safe and well ‘in the Boston area’.
Monday, 4.27pm – The sister of Kirton man, who hasn’t been seen since he finished his night shift at Tesco, in Boston, on Thursday morning, has made a frantic plea for him to ‘please come home. We need to know you are safe’.
Justin English, 29, failed to return to his home, where he lives with his parents, and it is believed he went to Skegness.
His sister, Selina, said: “He was picked up by CCTV because he had been sitting on a bench in Skegness for a long time.
“The police spoke to him and we understand that he was advised to book into a B&B for the night.
“At that time he hadn’t been listed as a missing person, but he is now.
“He was seen getting on a bus to Mablethorpe on Friday morning and that is the last sighting we have of him.
“We are just so worried about him and want him to come home. He’s gone away before for a couple of days but never like this - and he never misses work.
“He hasn’t been back since Thursday and that isn’t like him.”
Mr English was last seen wearing his Tesco uniform and a navy jacket, although someone thought they had seen him wearing a green jacket.
He is described as having mousy brown hair and blue eyes.
Selina asks that if anyone thinks they have seen her brother, to call her on 07725257210.
Alternatively, they can call police on 101 with incident number 106 of September 19, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.