Harry Warwick's remains found in north Belfast

Harry Warwick Seventy-eight year old Harry Warwick was last seen at the Abingdon Manor Care Centre in north Belfast

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Human remains found in north Belfast last month are those of missing man Harry Warwick, police have confirmed.

The 78-year-old was last seen on Wednesday, 19 December 2012, on the Upper Crumlin Road in the city.

Police have now confirmed that his remains were found in the Mill Valley Road, off the Ligoniel Road, on 25 February.

Detectives have thanked members of the community who carried out searches of the area.

Police conducted house to house enquiries in parts of north Belfast after he was reported missing.

Teams also been searched country parks and quarries.

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