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Man disappears after Casino visit, family ask for public’s help

Man disappears after Casino visit, family ask for public’s help

By Staff Writer - October 2, 2016

Photo: Facebook
Photo: Facebook

A young man from Nice has disappeared while on a visit to Monaco and his friends and family have launched an online campaign to find him.

Valentin Breton, 24, was last seen on Casino Square at 5 pm on Friday having spent the afternoon at the Casino with a friend. He failed to return home and has not been in contact since. He is 1.75 metres in height, and weighs 78 kilos. He was wearing a red hat, a grey t-shirt, red shorts and red or black trainers. He had a multicoloured small backpack.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Valentin’s family on 06 09 54 62 91 or on Facebook.

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