By Euro Weekly News Media •
Published: 25 Jan 2017 • 10:13
Allen Varley has been missing for three weeks.
THE family of missing Allen Varley continue to hope that Allen will be found safe and well despite him not being seen for three weeks.
On Thursday January 5 at around 9.15pm Allen left the Ambassador Playa Hotel in Benidorm and has not been seen since.
The father of two in his early 70’s and from Hull was on holiday with his wife and his brother Trevor when he disappeared wearing a red patterned shirt, black trousers and black shoes.
In need of continuous medication for blood pressure, stroke treatment and Crohn’s disease the family have been overwhelmed by the support they have received from the resort’s expat community in searching for their loved one.
Members of the British community have taken to the streets to distribute posters and ask anyone who had taken photographs on that evening, a very busy Kings’ night, to check carefully if Allen could be seen in them.
Deborah Jayne Law, administrator of the Facebook page Costa Blanca Missing People said: “We are desperate for anyone who has seen Allen to please contact us or the police. A big thank you to all our volunteers who have been out and about in Benidorm giving out posters, please keep sharing the information.”
A heartfelt message from Allen’s son Dave said: “We are so thankful to everyone, we just need to find my dad.”
Euro Weekly News spoke with Carl Varley, Allen’s nephew, who is one of the family members keeping the information in the public domain.
Carl said: “There have been no sightings at all. It’s looking desperate now. I would just like to thank everyone who is helping in the search in any way. It’s very much appreciated. Please ask everyone in Benidorm and the surrounding areas to keep looking.”
Allen Varley is 5ft 5 inches tall, of stocky build and speaks with a heavy northern accent. He may or may not be wearing glasses.
Anyone with any information should contact either Costa Blanca Missing People via Facebook or the police on 112 with reference number 267/17.
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