The family of missing Cramlington man Jason Creighton has made a heartfelt plea for him to come home.
The 35-year-old was last seen at his home address on Longridge Way in Cramlington at around 9.40am on Wednesday (Oct 28) morning.
His disappearance is out of character and both his family and police are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare.
Jason’s family has described him as selfless, always looking after others and wonderful with his nephews, nieces and cousins. They say he has a wicked sense of humour, is always acting the clown and making fun of himself. And, he has a heart of gold and would do anything for anyone.
Today (Sunday, November 1) they have released the following statement:
“Jason is so loved and we just want him to come home. Everyone misses him so very much, we have had so much support - all of this friends have been in touch , even one’s he’s not heard from for years. The support we have had from people has been fantastic.
“We’re all heart broken and are desperate for him to come home.
“The children want to show him their Halloween costumes and Harvey, the dog has noticed he’s not around. He keeps looking round when he’s taken for a walk wondering where Jason is.
“It’s Jason’s birthday on Thursday, he needs to be back so we can all celebrate.”
In a direct message to him Jason’s family said: “Jason we love you and want you home. We will make sure you have the help and support you need. It’s heart breaking not having you here, please come home.”
Anyone with information about where Jason may be should contact Northumbria Police on 101 ext 69191 quoting reference 301 281015.