One hundred days have passed since an artist and musician disappeared in Kent.
Dan Venes, 31, of Canterbury, was last seen at 6pm on August 14 in the College Road area of Margate.
His father, Jason Joiner, previously told KentOnline that before his disappearance, Dan had been picked up at Sturry Railway Station by police due to concerns about his welfare.
He was taken to QEQM Hospital in Margate but is thought to have left shortly after.
Dan, who lives just off Sturry Road, was caught on CCTV in Margate shortly afterwards – but has not been seen since.
A ‘Help Finding Dan Venes’ page created on Facebook has garnered more than 2,500 followers.
Members of the group regularly go out to investigate reported potential sightings of Dan.
However, there have been no confirmed observations.
Joiner from Swalecliffe said in September that the talented artist and musician had not used his bank card since he disappeared.
He urged the public to keep an eye on his son and report any observations to the police.
“We would love that they took a picture of him,” he added. “Just take a quick snap and we’ll know if it was him. I love him and I would love him home. I miss him.”
He described his son – who has thousands of followers on Facebook pages exhibiting his art and music – as a “brilliant” guitarist and “a lovely, caring person”.
Dan is 5 feet 9 inches, slim and has short, dark hair.
He also has a short beard and was last seen wearing a red and black checkered shirt with black jeans.
Police say they are still looking for him and have renewed their call for information.
That Insp Louise Murphy said: “Daniel is still missing and investigations to locate him continue.
“We are still very eager to hear from anyone who may have seen him or have any information about his whereabouts since August 14.”
Anyone with information please contact the police by calling 101 and providing reference number 14-1230 or using online kind of missing person on the Kent Police website.
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