Family face fourth Christmas without missing Eltham man

The family of a man who has been missing from Eltham for over three years have urged him to make contact as they face spending their fourth Christmas without him.

Shaune Jones, from Eltham, was last seen in June 2017 but has not been heard from or seen since.

The 49-year-old ran his own cleaning business in the local area in south east London, and his family say his disappearance was ‘out of character’.

Now Shaune’s sister has joined police in urging Shaune to make contact with them, or for anyone to come forward with information or knew him and may know of any reasons for him to lose contact.

Suzie Maltwood said her brother “is missed very much by his family.”

“It’s approaching four years with no trace of him and we are growing increasingly worried about his welfare and what’s happened to him.

“If anyone has any information, no matter how small you think it is, please understand that it may be relevant to us and could help us to bring Shaune home.

Suzie added that “knowing where he is, or what has happened to him would be the best Christmas gift that we could receive.”

PC Jim Bennett, of the Met’s Safeguarding team, said: “We need to find out what has happened to Shaune.

“His family will soon be spending their fourth Christmas without him which must be enormously distressing for them. I am very keen to hear from Shaune or from anyone who can provide information on where he may be.”

Have you seen Shaune over the past three years? Do you know where he might be? Any information could be vital in finding him.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at the South East Command Unit on 101, or Tweet @MetCC quoting 18MIS014878.

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