Missing Beer hotel worker found
Missing man found
THE MASSIVE search for a missing East Devon hotel worker was called off yesterday after he turned up at his mother’s home in Swindon.
Jonathan Dixon, 37, a barman at the Dolphin, in Beer, failed to report for work on Sunday morning – sparking a huge hunt across the area.
Police, coastguards, lifeboat crews and a search and rescue helicopter from Portland were involved in the operation.
Mr Dixon had been described as a ”high risk” missing person and police put out an area- wide appeal for information.
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Yesterday a spokeswoman at the Dolphin Hotel said they had been told he had turned up unharmed at the family home.
She said she understood the search switched from the Seaton coastal area after someone had gone into the local police station to report having given Mr Dixon a lift to Axminster railway station.
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“We are all very relieved and happy – he is a nice man,” she added.
Police confirmed Mr Dixon had been located “safe and well” at an address in Wiltshire.