BREAKING: Police helicopter called to locate 'distressed man' in Maidstone
Tuesday 25th February 2020
A POLICE helicopter was called amid reports of a distressed man in Maidstone.
The man's whereabouts were unknown to police at 10.50am this morning. Shortly after 3pm he was located and passed into the care of medical staff.
A Kent Police spokesman said: "Kent Police were called at 10.50am on Tuesday 25 February 2020 to concerns for a distressed man, who was last seen in the Hermitage Lane area of Maidstone.
"His exact whereabouts were unknown and officers carried out a thorough search of the local area with assistance from the National Police Air Service helicopter.
"Shortly after 3pm the man was located and passed into the care of medical staff."
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