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A Christian mission worker from London City Mission has been reported missing.
Tyson Bradley went missing at the weekend, with CCTV footage from Saturday showing him in a lift in a black shirt with orange palm trees, wearing black shorts and a backpack.
Tower Hamlets police in London has asked anyone who has any information about Tyson to call the police on 999 quoting the code 21MIS016948.
London City Mission helps vulnerable people and poorer areas by working alongside local churches. Graham Miller, the CEO, posted a picture of himself and Tyson and wrote on Twitter: "We love you so much Tyson. Looking forward to seeing you again soon bro and giving you a hug."
Hundreds of people have shared the call to find him on Facebook and said that they are praying.
Tyson has a wife and is from Canada, where he went to Bible college before coming to the UK. He did an internship at a church in London and then worked at a centre helping the homeless on Webber Street near Waterloo station. He enjoys giving Bible talks and discussing apologetics to help people find Jesus.