Police appeal for missing man last seen on Liverpool to Belfast ferry
Police have said there is potential he 'may have fallen overboard'
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for a missing 53-year-old man who was last seen on a Liverpool to Belfast Ferry.
Daniel Bradley, who comes from Manchester, has been missing since Tuesday May 19.
He was last seen by a friend at 9.30pm on Sunday May 17 and has not been in touch with any family or friends since then.
It is believed that Daniel had booked a trip to Belfast and he is believed to have boarded the Liverpool to Belfast ferry on Monday night (18 May) and was last seen on the ferry in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Detectives are investigating whether Daniel got off the ferry and, if so, where he went from there.
Police say there is also potential that he may have fallen overboard.
Officers are appealing to anyone who may have seen Daniel on the ferry, or who has any information which could help them with their inquiries to contact them.
The investigation team is also liaising with officers from the Police Service of Northern Ireland and Greater Manchester Police.
Daniel is described as a white male, 5ft 7in tall, with a slight athletic build and short grey hair.
He was last seen, just before 1.30am on May 19, wearing a black jacket with a white emblem on the left hand side, a white/light coloured shirt, a blue or black tie, black trousers and black shoes.
Officers have been in contact with Daniel's family and a Family Liaison Officer is providing support.
Anyone who has any information which could help the police with their inquiries can contact Merseyside Police on 0151 777 2265.
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