Man missing following The Stone Roses first Heaton Park gig

Concern is growing for Christopher Brahney, 22, from Timperley

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A 22 year old man from Manchester has gone missing following The Stone Roses' first show at Heaton Park, which took place last week, on June 29.

Christopher Brahney, aged 22 and from the Timperley area, was last seen by friends at roughly 11.30pm (BST) at the outdoor gig on Friday, but has not been seen since.

A press release from the Greater Manchester Police states that Christopher - pictured above - is white, of slim build and with short brown hair. He was last seen wearing a dark blue top, light blue shirt, maroon trousers and green wellington boots. Detective Inspector Deborah Oakes has said:

Christopher's family are clearly very worried about him and are desperate for any information relating to his whereabouts. We would urge anyone who may have seen him to contact the police. Christopher, if you see or hear this appeal, we would ask that you make contact with us or the police as soon as possible.


Anyone with information is asked to call the Greater Manchester Police on 0161 856 7652.

Around 225,000 people attended The Stone Roses three shows in Manchester's Heaton Park over the weekend.

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