Police appeal to trace missing Greenford man

Appeal to trace missing Greenford man Peter Boon | Hillingdon Today
Urgent appeal from the Police to locate Peter Frederick Boon, known as Pete, who has gone missing from Greenford after a visit to Central London galleries / Metropolitan Police

The Police have launched an appeal to the public for assistance in locating Peter Frederick Boon, 43, popularly known as Pete, who has been reported missing since February 5th.

According to family members, Pete was last seen leaving his residence in North Greenford around 08:45 am on February 5th, with plans to spend the day visiting galleries in Central London. However, he failed to return home as expected, prompting growing concerns among his relatives and authorities.

Described as a white male, 43 years old, standing at 5 feet 11 inches, Pete has short brown hair, which is receding in the middle. At the time of his disappearance, he was wearing a dark-coloured gilet with a long-sleeve top underneath, navy corduroy trousers, brown leather shoes, and a dark-coloured scarf. He also wears brown-framed glasses and has hearing difficulties, although he is not believed to be wearing his hearing aids.

The last confirmed sighting of Pete was reported in the early hours of February 6th, 2024, at the Blenheim Centre in Hounslow. Concern for his welfare has escalated since then.

In a heartfelt plea, Pete’s family directly appealed to him, expressing their worry and urging him to return home. They said: “Pete, we are all missing you and very worried about you. Please come home, there is no problem that can’t be solved. If you don’t want to come home or are unable to, please contact one of us, dial 999 or approach a police officer to let us know you are OK, or ask for help if needed.

“If anyone sees Pete or knows where he is, please contact the Met Police.” Police are urging anyone with information about Pete’s whereabouts to contact them immediately by calling 101, quoting reference number 2504564/24. In the case of an immediate sighting, the public are advised to dial 999.