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Homeless charity Thames Reach are appealing for help finding Tanraman Sundrum, 74
There is growing concern for the wellbeing of a homeless man.
Tanraman Sundrum, 74, has not been seen since August 7 and the charity Thames Reach, which has provided housing for him this year, are appealing for help to find him.
Mr Sundrum, also known as Asunder Sundram, was a regular visitor to the Rose and Crown pub in Hoe Street, Walthamstow, over a number of years.
He was last seen at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington.
Mr Sundrum, who is described as Asian and frail, spent eight years living on Walthamstow’s streets before he was housed in Ilford by Thames Reach in May.
It is not known why Mr Sundrum ended up living homeless.
He was heard saying he wanted to go to Marble Arch shortly before he went missing.
A charity concert was held at the Rose and Crown on September 6 to raise money for Thames Reach.
Gareth Mercer, manager of Thames Reach’s London Street Rescue, said: “We are very concerned about Tanraman’s health as he has had numerous stays in hospital over the last few months and he does have difficulty communicating.
“He is quite frail and only really familiar with the Walthamstow, Leyton and Leytonstone areas.”
He added that the charity is grateful to everyone at the Rose and Crown for their help.
“Without this support it would have been much more difficult to engage with this man and help him off the streets,” he said.
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