Police Thank Public after Missing Man is Found

Taffazul Hoque, who suffers from autism, now "in good health"

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Police have thanked the public for their help after a vulnerable man, Taffazul Hoque, who had been missing for three days was found following an appeal.

Police said Taffazul, who is autistic, went missing from his home in Notting Hill on Friday, May 22 and was last seen getting off a bus in Shepherd's Bush and entering Shepherd's Bush Market.

His family and police had become increasingly concerned for the 38-year-old's safety as he also has epilepsy and had missed five doses of medication, putting him at risk of a seizure.

Police said yesterday evening, May 25, that Taffazul had been found and admitted to a hospital in Essex but was now believed to be in good health.

Taffazul Hoque suffers from epilepsy and autism


May 26, 2015


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