Appeal To Find Missing Sedgley Man Lee Whickett

Missing Sedgley man Lee Whickett has been missing from his Woodsetton home since Monday, August 20.

Dudley Police have today issued an appeal to help find the whereabouts of Sedgley man, Lee Whickett, who went missing from his Woodsetton home on Monday, August 20.

The 27-year-old was last seen on George Road and, despite police inquiries, has not yet been traced.

Lee is described as white, around 5ft 4ins tall and of slim build with shaved dark brown hair.

He was last seen wearing a dark blue flat cap, a grey hooded top with green writing, blue jeans and black trainers.

Inspector Simon Bradbury, from Brierley Hill police station, said: “We know that Lee has had a difficult time of late because of personal issues and his family are extremely concerned about him.

“They just want to know he’s safe and are urging him to contact police or return home. “There are some suggestions that Lee may have gone to Dudley town on Monday and so I would ask people who were in the area to think back about whether they may have seen someone matching this description.”

Anyone with information about Lee’s whereabouts should call Dudley Police on 101.


Missing Person Appeal for Ben Rollison

Ben Rollison, aged 15, was last sighted in Dudley Street, Sedgley

Sedgley residents are being urged to come forward with any information regarding  missing Russells Hall teenager, Ben Rollison, who was last seen on Dudley Street in the village on Saturday, July 7.

Dudley Police say Ben, aged 15, has been missing for almost three weeks and are keen to speak to anyone who may have seen him.

He was last seen at 9am on Tuesday, July 3 at his home in the Russells Hall area of Dudley and police say he has gone missing several times before but has always returned.

He was last sighted on Dudley Street in Sedgley on Saturday, July 7 –  four days after he disappeared.

Extensive Enquiries To Find Ben Rollison

Despite extensive inquiries, officers are yet to find the teen.

Inspector Simon Bradbury from Brierley Hill police station, says: “Ben has been missing for some time now and we’re growing increasingly concerned for his welfare.

“He has been missing before but this is the longest he has ever been away from home.

“We’ve already done lots to try and find him and there have been a couple of sightings but we just want to know that he is safe and well. It really is time he went home.”

Ben is described as white, 5’4″ tall and of medium build. He has short brown hair and blue eyes. He speaks with a local accent.

At the time of his disappearance, he was wearing black tracksuit bottoms, a yellow t-shirt, black jacket and dark trainers.

Anyone who has seen Ben over the past two weeks or knows where he currently is should call police straight away on 101.