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Pictured: Jewellery worn by father, 34, who went missing two weeks ago

Pictured: Expensive jewellery worn by father, 34, who went missing two weeks ago could solve mystery police say

  • Justin Henry was wearing ‘distinct’ jewellery before he went missing this month 

Expensive jewellery worn by a 34-year-old father who went missing two weeks ago has been pictured and could solve the mystery, police said. 

Justin Henry, 34, was last seen in person at his partner’s address in Brixton on October 15 and was reported missing the next day. 

His family said the father was wearing a Rolex watch, three Cartier bracelets and a diamond ring before his disappearance. 

He was also wearing them when he was last seen on CCTV buying food at a McDonald’s drive-thru restaurant on London Road in Croydon at about 9.50pm on October 15.

His mother Helen Henry said: ‘Our family are broken and we cannot begin to heal until we get closure. 

Justin Henry, 34, (pictured) was last seen in person at his partner’s address in Brixton on October 15 and was reported missing the next day

Expensive jewellery worn by the father has been pictured and could solve the mystery, police said. Pictured: A Rolex watch worn by Mr Henry 

His family said the father was wearing a Rolex watch, three Cartier bracelets and a diamond ring before his disappearance

‘I, my family, and the community are all devastated and we desperately want to find Justin. I am asking anyone who can help us to end our agony.

‘Justin’s son is only 11-years-old, he wants to know what has happened to his daddy and I am afraid that unless someone comes forward, he will never find out.

‘Please look at the jewellery Justin was wearing and if you know what has happened to it, call police.’ 

He added: ‘We are asking anyone with information to help us, please do not turn away.’

Detective Chief Inspector Matt Webb, of the Met’s Specialist Crime Command, said: ‘Finding this jewellery could be a vital step in finding out what has happened to Justin.

‘You may have seen someone wearing the jewellery or heard them talking about it.

‘However you have found about these items, call us and tell us what you saw or heard.

‘It is possible that you are in possession of the jewellery and had no idea of its significance.

Detective Chief Inspector Matt Webb said: ‘Finding this jewellery could be a vital step in finding out what has happened to Justin’ 

 

The back of a Rolex strap worn by Mr Henry, who is still missing after his disappearance this month 

‘I can assure you our focus is finding Justin and you can speak to us, or speak anonymously to Crimestoppers.’

Police said Mr Henry has links to the SE23 area of London and are continuing to trace his movements before he disappeared.

Detectives believe that, after leaving the McDonald’s drive-thru, he drove to nearby Waddon New Road where his silver Mercedes E Class remained for around two-and-a-half hours.

The Mercedes was later found on Monday October 16 in Kingswood Drive, SE19.

It is unclear who was driving the vehicle when it arrived there just before 1am on that day due to indistinct CCTV image of the driver, but Mr Henry’s family have said it was not him.

Officers have conducted forensic examinations of an address in Croydon and Mr Henry’s car, as well as extensive CCTV and phone inquiries.

Police say they ‘desperately’ need more information about his disappearance and the days leading up to it, and anyone with it should call the force on 101 quoting Operation Ashgulf or on Twitter/X quoting CAD 1523/02NOV.

To remain anonymous contact independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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