Desperate prayer as a man disappears after a night in Birmingham

An urgent call has been issued to find a ‘very handsome’ man who has disappeared in Birmingham

Kurt Williams of Broseley, Shropshire, was taken with a friend into town on Thursday (November 11) for a night on the town.

The 27-year-old was last seen at The Village Inn in Hurst Street with family members since he resumed his movements Friday night and was told he was believed to have left the place around 2:30 a.m. that day.

Kurt’s cousin, Chloe Childs, said his disappearance was ‘completely out of character’ and they are appealing to anyone who knows where he is to step forward.

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Chloe said: “Kurt had come out one night from Broseley with a friend and she’s come home, but he’s not.

“He was traveling with a girl from Telford and she did not get access to the club and came home.

“I went out last night with his mother and sister to Birmingham to try to find him. His mother is a bit in a state.

“We have searched alleys and looked for him.

Have you seen Kurt Williams - last seen at The Village Inn in Hurst Street in Birmingham?

Chloe continued, “We talked to one of the security guards at The Village Inn and they said they remembered Kurt coming in and remembering that he asked a woman and a man if he could stay overnight when he had missed his last train home.

“He is believed to have left The Village Inn at 2:30 a.m. in the early hours of Friday (November 12).

“No one has heard anything since. He was alone had no money. His iPhone will soon run out of charge and we can not track it.

“We’ve been on the phone to O2 to see if they’ve got any information.

‘The police have been around and taken another explanation. People have come to the German market to this day and have taken a leaflet. “

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The 25-year-old added: “This is so out of character for him to go without telling anyone. He has five siblings. In Broseley, everyone knows everyone and he’s a barber there.

“His car is at Telford train station. It’s a blue Ford Focus and he’s obsessed with it. That’s the first thing he wants to go to.

“He’s a very nice guy. We just want to find him.”

West Mercia Police has issued an appeal to find Kurt.

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In a statement, the force said: “Please can you help us find Kurt?

“Kurt Williams is 27 years old and from Broseley. He has been missing since Nov. 11 and was last seen at The Village Inn in the Hurst Street area of ​​Birmingham around noon.

“Kurt is white, 5 feet 8 and of slender build. He has blue eyes, black hair and a beard and is described as very handsome.

‘He has a shaved tattoo and a rose on his right hand and was last seen wearing a brown leather jacket, dark gray jeans and chic brown shoes. He also carried a bag. “

Inspector Damien Kelly of Shrewsbury Police Station added: “Kurt, please get in touch with us if you see this. You’re not in trouble.

“We just need to make sure you’re okay.”

West Mercia police added that Kurt’s family is concerned about his welfare and are asking anyone with information that could help find him to call 999.

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