Police in North Bournemouth are becoming increasingly
concerned for the welfare of a 23-year-old man who is missing from
his home in Winton – with a picture of the missing man being
Rohallah Madadi, of Pine Road, has not made contact with his
family since Wednesday 28 December 2011. He told his family that he
planned to visit a friend in Manchester and was due to return in
early January. He did not return home.
Police Constable Claire-Marie Harrison, of North Bournemouth
police, said: "Rohallah was born in Afghanistan and speaks limited
English. It is not believed that he knows many people in the
country and, although he left with £150 in cash he does not have
access to any further money. Rohallah has also left home without
taking his medication with him.
"We are concerned for his wellbeing as Rohallah has now been
missing for quite some time."
Rohallah is six feet tall, of a slim build, with short black
hair and a faint moustache. He has a soft voice and speaks limited
It is unknown what Rohallah was wearing when he left his home
address, but he is believed to be in possession of a black
rucksack, a pair of dark blue jeans, a black and grey anorak style
coat, a grey suit and a pair of black lace-up shoes.
Harrison continued: "I’d urge anyone who knows of Rohallah’s
whereabouts – and anyone who has seen him since Wednesday 28
December 2011 – to contact the police straight away.
"Rohallah is not in any trouble – we simply want to know that he
is safe and well."
Anyone with any information or knowledge as to
Rohallah’s whereabouts should call Dorset Police on 101, quoting
incident number 4:111.