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UK News Woman is arrested in connection with the disappearance of Autistic man

23:51  30 july  2021
23:51  30 july  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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A woman has been arrested in connection with the mystery disappearance of an Autistic man who has been missing for nearly three months.

Huw Williams, 25, was last seen in Nottingham on May 6 after moving to the area from Chester and since then, his family and friends have had no contact with him.

A 34-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm. She has since been released on bail.

Meanwhile, police are currently searching an address in Danethorpe Vale, in the Sherwood area of Nottingham, where Huw last resided.

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The home has been cordoned off since July 26, and officers remained at the scene on Friday.

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Huw, who has autism, has been described as being a 'loving and caring person', who usually dotes on his family and always keeps in contact.

But his parents said they 'fear the worst' as they have not seen him since Christmas, or heard from him since May, when he told them about his new job at a coffee shop.

His mobile phone was found smashed at his previous address and he hasn't used his bank account since he went missing, detectives said.

Huw's devastated parents, Steve and Mary, have spoken of their heartache and fears that he may have been exploited.

Huw has three siblings - older sister Sarah, younger brother Ewan, and younger sister Eva.

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Steve said: 'This is just not like Huw at all. He's always made a special effort to talk to us but in the last 12 weeks we have not heard a thing from him. No one has.

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'He has missed his siblings' birthdays and that has never happened before.

'He's always been there, or at least rung if he couldn't be there, but to not even try and send a message is just totally unlike him.'

Nottinghamshire Police said he vanished without taking his mobile phone or any of his belonging and it does not appear he had any money on him when he vanished.

Despite numerous appeals, there have been no sightings of Huw since he first went missing on May 6 in the Sherwood area of Nottingham.

His father Steve said he is 'fearing the worst' and urged Huw to make contact with somebody so his family knows that he is 'safe and well'.

He continued: 'You fear the worst, thinking that something may have happened to him, or that he has had a mental health episode and is in need of help.

'I want to appeal to find him. I am hoping he will read this or be made aware we are all desperate to find him.

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'I would like to say to Huw - no matter what you are thinking, or how difficult you think the situation is, we just want you to make contact.

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'You don't need to come home we just want to know you are safe and well. Please make contact with someone.

'We are all devastated not having heard from you. We love you no matter what and always will.'

He described Huw as being 'a warm hearted really engaging person who goes out of his way to help people and finds it easy to make friends, even with complete strangers'.

He added: 'Huw has high functioning autism, which can make him vulnerable, and our biggest worry is that someone may have exploited this in him.'

Huw moved to Nottingham just after Christmas to stay with a woman who he had recently met through a friend.

His parents said it was unusual as Huw did not discuss the decision with them, and left at very short notice.

After moving, he still kept in contact regularly, but by the time of his birthday in mid-April, he appeared to be more distant and did not want to speak to his family on his birthday.

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By the beginning of May, all communication with his family and friends had stopped altogether.

Detective Chief Inspector Nick Waldram, who is leading the investigation, said: 'This is an unusual case.

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'Huw appears to have just vanished and we can find no signs of anything which may indicate where he is.

'He didn't take his mobile phone with him, as we found this smashed at the address he was living at, and he doesn't appear to have any money on him or finances to support himself.

'We are appealing for Huw himself to come forward and let us or his family or friends know he is alright.

'Or if anyone has seen him or knows where he is to please get in contact. His family are clearly beside themselves over his disappearance and we need to find him.'

He is described as 6 foot 2 inches tall, of slim build, with bushy brown hair and a full beard.

He has two tattoos on his arms, one is of a fish on his right forearm and one is of a black and white skull on his left bicep.

Huw was last seen wearing a chequered shirt, dark blue trousers and trainers with reflective silver stripes. He may also have a green waterproof jacket with him.

Huw, or anyone who has seen him or who may have any information, is asked to call Nottinghamshire Police on 101 urgently quoting incident number 70 of 6 May 2021.

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