By Dan Santy 09/03 Updated: 09/03 13:31
POLICE are trying to trace a man who has been missing for over three weeks.
Paul Robinson, 39, left a relative’s house in Claire Court at around 5pm on Tuesday February 14 and said he was going back to his Manor Road home.
No one who knows him has seen him since.
Mr Robinson was due to move to another room at his address on February 20, but when his landlord turned up to help with the removal there was no sign of him.
Attempts to contact Mr Robinson on his mobile phone have gone unanswered, and it is believed he no longer has his phone with him.
It is not known if he has any access to money.
Mr Robinson is described as being 5ft 11in, of slim build and with short brown hair.
Sergeant Lee Kemp, from Rugby police station, said: "Although Paul is an adult, we are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare due to the length of time since he has been seen by his family and friends.
"We urge Paul, or anyone who has seen him, to make contact with his family or with the police. He is not in trouble - we just want reassurance he is safe and well."
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