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Police have issued an appeal for help to trace a missing man who was last seen at the North Manchester General Hospital. Officers are appealing for the public's help to find Kamran Sarfraz.

They have not said what day or time the 34-year-old was last seen, but shared a post on social media today (June 19) asking for help to track him down.

A picture of Kamran was shared on the GMP Manchester North Facebook page. Police said he 'is possibly sleeping rough' around the Wilmslow Road area. READ NEXT: Jay Slater missing in Tenerife LIVE updates as desperate search for teen continues He is 'well-known' in the Rusholme and Chorlton areas, officers added.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts, or who sees him, should contact the force. The post said: "#MISSING| Kamran Sarfraz aged 34 years, is missing from the Greater Manchester area and was last seen at North Manchester General Hospital.

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