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20-year-old British man missing in Krakow, family asks for help – British media

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British media report that 20-year-old Sam Kennedy, who was on holiday in Poland, has disappeared. The man was supposed to return home from Krakow on Thursday, but has not contacted his family since then, according to his sister, who is asking for help. Krakow police say that the 20-year-old's disappearance has not been reported to them.

The Scottish media was the first to report on Sunday that 20-year-old Sam Kennedy had gone missing in Krakow. He came from the town of Clydebank in Scotland The young man was supposed to have been on holiday in Poland recently. On 27th June he was supposed to fly back from Krakow to Glasgow, but – according to his family – he did not return home and did not make contact with family or friends.

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The 20-year-old's sister, Robyn Kennedy, posted an appeal on social media asking for help in the search and published a photo of him. “This is my brother Sam, he was supposed to come home from Poland (Krakow) on Thursday night, but neither I nor our family have had any contact with him,” she wrote on Sunday. The woman emphasized that any information that will help find the 20-year-old is valuable. In the comment, she added that Sam was last seen on Thursday in a Krakow hotel when he checked out.

The disappearance was not reported in Poland.

According to British media, the disappearance of the 20-year-old was confirmed by the British Foreign Office. “We are providing support to the family of a British citizen who went missing in Poland,” the Foreign Office spokesman was quoted as saying by, among others, the “Glasgow Times” and “Independent”. The Scottish police were also reported to have been notified of the case.

The Krakow police, on the other hand, have no knowledge of Sam Kennedy's disappearance. As the spokesman for the Krakow City Police Headquarters, Deputy Commissioner Piotr Szpiech, told tvn24.pl, they have not received a report of the 20-year-old British man's disappearance and Polish officers are not currently looking for such a person.

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“Independent”, “Glasgow Times”, tvn24.pl

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