Concerns Grow for Missing Cheadle Hulme Man

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Concerns Grow for Missing Cheadle Hulme Man
A worried family are searching for a man who walked out of his job and said he was going to visit his mum – then disappeared.
Police launched an appeal to find Sean Doyle, who moved to Devon from Cheadle Hulme in Stockport three years ago, after he was reported missing from home in Kingsbridge on Tuesday.
The 27-year-old’s stepmum Susanna Doyle explained that there were concerns for Sean’s mental health.
She said Sean told colleagues as he quit his job as a binman that he was ‘going to see his mum’ in Stockport, despite not having spoken to her for some time.
He still has friends in Stockport and Poynton and it’s possible he has come north.
Susanna, who lives in Kingsbridge, told the M.E.N: “He’s such a gent. He’s only been down here for three years and everyone loves him but he just doesn’t see it.
“He is a well-mannered, wonderful young man, a credit to young society.
“We are going out of our minds with worry and we just want to know he is safe.”
She explained that Sean, who attended Cheadle Hulme High School and worked for a time at the Pointing Dog pub, still has friends and family in Greater Manchester.
Susanna added: “Yesterday he left the house for work at 5am, he worked as a binman for the council, and then around 9.30am he just got off the lorry and said he was sick of the job and was going to see his mum, but she hasn’t heard from him, no one has and we are really concerned.
“We’ve been told by police to stay at home in case he comes back, but his half-brother lives in St Helens and searching Stockport for him.”
Devon and Cornwall Police say Sean was last seen at a pub in the area wearing a dark green jacket with a grey-lined hoody over a maroon hoody, jeans and dark boots.
He is also believed to be carrying a dark coloured rucksack.
Sean is white, around 6ft 1in tall with a slim build, and he has brown hair with shaved sides.
Anyone who has any information about Sean is urged to phone Devon and Cornwall Police on 101 and quoting log number 511 of February 13.