THE STONE ROSES - HEATON PARK, MISSING PERSON APPEAL
The Stone Roses are asking everyone who attended their show at Heaton Park on Friday June 29 to help in the search for Christopher Brahney, 22, who has gone missing after attending the show. Please look at his photo (attached) and try to think - did you see him at the concert or afterwards? Do you know if he used the park and ride facility? Did you see him talking to anyone?
The group urge everyone to help in the search for Christopher who was last seen by friends at about 11.30pm on Friday 29 June 2012, when he was at the Stone Roses concert in Heaton Park, Manchester.
Christopher is white of slim build, with short brown hair. He was last seen wearing a dark blue top, light blue shirt, maroon trousers and green wellington boots.
It is now understood that Christopher may have used the Park and Ride facility at Bowlee Park, Heywood Old Road, towards Middleton.
Christopher may have been seen getting off a bus at the Park and Ride shortly before midnight on Friday 29 June 2012.
Detective Chief Inspector Melani Linton, said:
“Christopher’s family are clearly very worried about him and are desperate for any information relating to his whereabouts.
“We believe Chris may have used the park and ride facility at Bowlee Park, Heywood Old Road, Middleton. There were dozens of coaches in the car park with destinations all over the country.
“Chris could have got on one of these coaches, did you see him or speak to him?
“I would urge anyone with any information to contact the police, this could be vital to our investigation and provide some much needed answers for his family.
“Christopher, if you see or hear this appeal, we would ask that you make contact with us or your family as soon as possible.”
The Stone Roses said: "If you saw Christopher at the end of the evening please get in touch with Greater Manchester Police and spread the word to everyone who came to the show. Our thoughts are with Christopher's family and we all want to see him back at home safe and sound."
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 0161 856 7652.
Issued by GMP Press Office -
Tel: 0161 856 2220
Fax: 0161 856 2236