‘You’re the most loved person in the world’ - Family’s emotional plea to missing man
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The family of a missing businessman from north Norfolk have issued an appeal for him to come home.
Steve Hill, 63, has been missing since Monday morning, October 21, and was last seen at his home in Sheringham.
In a statement, his family said: "We want you to know that you are the most loved person in the world and we are immensely proud of you.
"There is absolutely nothing more important to your wife and your children than you and your safe and speedy return.
"There is absolutely nothing that this family can't overcome together. We can't envisage a world without you in it. Please let us know you are safe.
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"If you don't want to come back home then we can come to you, just please let us know where to meet you and we will be there. We love you very much."
Mr Hill left home dressed in a blue jacket, shirt and grey trousers ready for work as normal.
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He left in his car, a Black Citroën C-Crosser SUV, with registration number YY59 UTJ.
His family added: "It is not a common car, and we don't think that it has left Norfolk.
"He is of slim build, 5ft10 tall, with greying hair, and hazel eyes. He is a local businessman and has lived in Sheringham for most of his life.
"His phone was traced as being around the Blakeney/Morston/Stiffkey area on Monday at 8.14am, and this area is of sentimental significance to Steve. This is very out of character and we plead with the public to look out for Steve and his car."
If you have seen Mr Hill, or have any information, get in touch with Norfolk police on 101, referencing incident 137 of October 21, 2019.