The parents of missing man Rajan Gill from Slough have this week recorded a personal message alongside police, in a bid to help find their son who has now been missing for almost two weeks.
Rajan’s father, Davinder Gill, his mum Susan Gill, and uncle Palvinder Gill, attended Slough police station yesterday (26/3) to record their message alongside an appeal from Supt Simon Bowden, Slough’s local police commander.
Twenty-year-old Rajan Gill was reported missing to Thames Valley Police on the evening of Monday 16 March after he failed to return home from an earlier walk. His family last saw him at around 4pm that day.
Rajan is Asian, 5ft 6ins with short dark hair.
Despite numerous police enquiries and public appeals to help find Rajan, there has been no positive sighting of him since he went missing. Nor has he made contact with anyone.