South East Wales

Tunisia police join hunt for Cardiff man Parvin Singh

Parvin Singh
Image caption Parvin Singh failed to catch his return flight home from Tunisia to Cardiff Airport

South Wales Police are helping Tunisian police investigate the disappearance of a man from Cardiff.

They want to speak to anyone with information about Parvin Singh, from Canton, who was last seen on 24 March.

He was staying at the El Hana Palace hotel in Port El Kantaoui where he left all his belongings, including passport and medication.

Detectives want to talk to anyone in the UK who may have heard from him, and his sister has appealed for his return.

"I just want you home and safe. You know how much I love you. We all love you," said Kiran Singh.

"If anyone has seen Pravin please get in touch with the police," she added.

Mr Singh is of Asian appearance, 6ft (1.82m) with white hair, of stocky build and has a gap between his two front teeth.

He speaks Punjabi and English and is known to wear a cap, a thick silver chain around his neck and a silver ring on the middle finger of his right hand which has a Hindu God symbol.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Det Con Debbie Farrar, missing person co-ordinator at Cardiff Central Police Station on 02920 527422.

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