Mon. Nov 23rd, 2020

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Four key witnesses sought as enquiries continue to find missing Matthew Doyle

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It is believed that he attended Broadway Stores, Totland, at around 7.20pm that evening.
Matthew Doyle’s Passport Photo

Police are continuing to investigate the disappearance of Matthew Doyle, and are now releasing photos of four key witnesses officers would like to speak to.

The last reported sighting of the 40-year-old was on Monday 25 May, and he was last spoken to by telephone later that evening.

It is believed that he attended Broadway Stores, Totland, at around 7.20pm that evening.

Following CCTV enquiries, Police are now releasing images of four fishermen who we believe spoke with Matthew up until around 1.30am on Tuesday 26 May, on Yarmouth Pier.

Matthew is seen to head down to the jetty, before the fishermen leave the area. A bag of Matthew’s belongings was later located on the pier during searches from Wight Search and Rescue and the Coastguard.

These four men are being treated as witnesses, and we believe they may have been the last people to see Matthew before his disappearance.

If you know these men, or you believe it is you who is pictured in one of these images, please contact Police immediately.

Hampshire Constabulary are also releasing a passport photo image of Matthew. This is the most up to date photograph taken of him. Matthew is described as black, 5ft 6ins tall, with short black hair.

If you see him, or think you may have seen him since Monday 25 May, please call 101, quoting 44200187527.