Police appeal over missing Huyton man Paul Morson

Paul Morson Mr Morson was last seen on 8 June

Police investigating the disappearance of a Huyton man who vanished a year ago have made a fresh appeal for information.

Paul Morson, 31, was last seen in a friend's borrowed Renault Kangoo van on Tarbock Road, on 8 June.

The van was found abandoned on the A50 in Holmes Chapel, Cheshire, on 21 June. Police launched a murder inquiry but his body has never been found.

Three people have been charged in connection with his murder.

Ray Brierly, aged 59, of Whiston; John Burns, aged 33, from Huyton and Scott Callaghan, aged 33, of Knotty Ash, will next appear at Liverpool Crown Court on 13 July for a plea and case management hearing.

Mr Callaghan has also been charged with perverting the course of justice.

Police said Mr Morson's disappearance was out of character and, despite extensive inquiries, he has never been traced.

Officers have found no evidence he has been in contact with friends, family or acquaintances.

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