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Police & RNLI search for "drunken" man

Posted Mon 17th January 2011 at 15:36

Emergency services in Alderney have spent the morning searching for a drunken man who was spotted looking unstable near cliffs.

Police scoured land in The Guns before the lifeboat crew searched waters in Hannaine Bay but the man, thought to be in his 20s, was not found.

A police spokesman said: "We received a call at 7.20am from a local resident who said they had seen a drunken male acting strangely near a cliff in the area of The Guns.

"A search was launched but the male was not located. It was then requested that the lifeboat be called to make sure he had not fallen off a cliff."

A spokesman for the RNLI confirmed Alderney's lifeboat, Roy Barker I, and an inflatable dinghy were launched shortly before midday.

The unidentified man is described as white and was wearing a Khaki hooded top and blue jeans which had a tear in them. Anyone with information about his whereabouts should contact Alderney Police on 01481 824999.


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