Hunt goes on for missing Hungarian

Hunt goes on for missing Hungarian

A SEARCH is continuing for a missing man from Ravensthorpe who is feared to be a victim of human trafficking.

Tamas Fuchsz, 49, was last seen at party on Jessamine Street at around 11.20pm on April 21.

The Hungarian, who worked at the Super Shine car wash in Heckmondwike, said at the event he wanted to travel to London.

Sources claimed Mr Fuchsz was a victim of gangmasters who bring migrants illegally into the UK to work.

It was alleged he had a row just prior to his disappearance about the amount of wages taken from him.

Police are still treating it as a missing person case. It is not known if Mr Fuschsz is in London or has perhaps gone back to Hungary.

Officers insist nobody they have spoken to mentioned human trafficking – and there is still no evidence Mr Fuchsz has come to harm.

Mr Fuschsz, who speaks little English, was wearing a brown, possibly leather, jacket at the time he disappeared.

He also had on a white shirt or t-shirt, black suit trousers and black dress shoes.

Mr Fuchsz is about 5ft 7in tall, medium build, has tidy, straight, collar-length hair, clean shaven and a tattoo on his upper left arm which says ‘Alexandra’.

Det Insp Andy Parr, of Dewsbury CID, said: “It is out of character for Mr Fuchsz to go missing in this way.

“He has lots of friends within the Hungarian community in Dewsbury. We are appealing for them to get in touch with us if they know where he might be.”

Anyone with information can call Det Insp Parr on 101 or contact CrimeStoppers on 0800 555 111.

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