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Mottingham mum's appeal for missing son, gone for almost a month
A MOTTINGHAM mum has appeared for her son, who has been missing for almost a month, to return home.
Lewisham police believe that James Lachowichz, aged 23, could be in the Edgware area of north London after disappearing from his home in Dunkery Road at 7.30am on September 2.
Mum Cheryl Lachowichz said: "Hi James it's mum. I am so concerned about your safety and I really want you to make contact with us, your dad is also concerned and the whole family.
"We want you to know that we love you so much. Please James, we just want to know you're ok. Love mum."
He is described as white, 5ft 11ins to 6ft 1in tall, with short cropped fair hair, a small facial goatee and of medium build.
Mr Lachowichz has the tattoos 'corrie' in script writing on his lower left arm, 'jenna' in script writing on his lower right arm, a cross with the word 'granma' written on his right upper arm and a Staffordshire bull terrier dog face on his right upper chest.
James was last seen wearing dark blue jeans and a blue baseball cap with "tapped out" on the peak. He also wore a maroon coloured Ralph Lauren polo shirt, beige plimsolls and a grey hooded top with the Amsterdam logo on the front.
Police say they are growing increasingly concerned for his safety and wellbeing.
Anyone who has seen him or knows of his whereabouts should call the Missing Persons Unit at Lewisham Borough on 020 8284 5000/8455, or police on 101 or Missing People on 116 000.
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