Call for volunteers in search for missing Belfast man Michael Cullen
Volunteers who can spare some time to help with the search of Michael Cullen have been asked to meet in Belfast on Sunday.
Family and friends have organised to meet at the Waterfront at 2pm.
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Volunteers required to #HelpFindMichaelCullen - Belfast
Sunday meeting times/venues:
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Michael (33) who works for the Ulster University, was last seen in the Cave Hill Park area of north Belfast on Tuesday, January 9. He was in touch with his family at around 2.15pm that day.
His sister Cathy Cullen pleaded for him to return home.
"Michael, if you are watching this, please come home. We all love you and miss you so much. All your family and friends love you and miss you. If you can't come home right now, please call us or the police to let us know you are safe," she said.
Michael's family has set up a JustGiving page to raise money for an awareness campaign to help find him.
The page has already been shared 650 times on social media, and a Facebook group appealing for information now has over 4,500 members.
The PSNI has also been liaising with An Garda Siochana in the republic, which has also issued an appeal to help in the search.
Michael, from the North Circular Road area of Belfast, is 5ft 9ins tall. He is of slim build, with brown eyes, dark hair and a beard.
He was last seen wearing a green parka-style jacket, a grey jumper, black trousers and black Nike-style trainers with a broad, white sole.
For further information visit: www.facebook.com/groups/helpfindmichaelcullen
Belfast Telegraph Digital