Simon Hickson Missing, Emotional Appeal for Information on Missing Man Simon Hickson

Two years after the mysterious disappearance of Simon Hickson, friends and family have come together to make a heartfelt plea for information. Hickson, who was last seen cycling from his Surbiton flat to his printing and embroidery business in Tolworth, remains missing, leaving his loved ones desperate for answers. In a poignant interview for the BBC program “Missing,” his parents and sister express their concerns and hopes for his safe return. The episode, which focuses on Hickson’s case along with two others, will be broadcast on BBC1 and can also be viewed on the BBC iPlayer. Let’s delve into the details surrounding Simon Hickson’s puzzling disappearance.

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Vanishing Without a Trace

Simon Hickson, then 42 years old, disappeared on Thursday, April 9, 2009, during his regular commute from his Surbiton residence to his printing and embroidery business located in Red Lion Business Park, Tolworth. Since that day, there has been no trace of him, leaving his family and friends gravely concerned.

A Possible Lead

According to the police, Hickson’s family was informed that he used his passport to board a ferry from Dover to Calais approximately three weeks after his disappearance. Speculation suggests that he may have continued his journey to Italy, a country he frequently visited. However, concrete evidence regarding his whereabouts remains elusive.

A Plea for Answers

In an emotional appeal for information, Simon Hickson’s parents, Jean and Martyn Hickson, along with his younger sister Annie Cook, shared their heartache and concerns on the BBC program “Missing.” Expressing their deep longing for closure, they wonder if Simon is still alive and emphasize that there was no apparent reason for him to vanish. Simon was known for his extensive network of friends and his amiable nature, making his disappearance highly uncharacteristic.

Airing of the Episode

The episode of “Missing,” featuring Simon Hickson’s case, will be broadcast on BBC1 at 9.15 am on Friday, May 13. The program aims to raise awareness and gather any potential information that could help locate Simon. For those unable to watch it live, the episode will also be available for viewing on the BBC iPlayer, offering an opportunity for a wider audience to learn about the case and contribute with relevant information.

Seeking Answers and Closure

As Simon Hickson’s family and friends continue to grapple with his disappearance, they appeal to the public for any information that might shed light on his whereabouts. The BBC program “Missing” will provide a platform for his case to reach a wider audience, urging individuals who may have seen or heard something to come forward. With hopes of finding answers and discovering the truth about Simon’s vanishing, his loved ones remain steadfast in their determination to locate him. Tune in to BBC1 on May 13 or catch the episode on BBC iPlayer to learn more about this perplexing missing person case.

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