Anx­ious fam­ily in ap­peal over miss­ing grad­u­ate

South Wales Evening Post - - LETTERS -

CARDIFF The fam­ily of a Cam­bridge grad­u­ate from Cardiff have is­sued a des­per­ate ap­peal after not see­ing or hear­ing from him for months. Jonathan Humphrey, aged 38, is de­scribed as a “kind, con­sid­er­ate, sen­si­tive and car­ing per­son who is highly in­tel­li­gent and very like­able”. Jon, as he is known, is from Roath in Cardiff and his fam­ily live in Pe­narth. He has a first-class hon­ours and Mas­ter’s de­grees from Cam­bridge Univer­sity, has run his own busi­ness, fundraised for Amnesty In­ter­na­tional and de­signed apps for smart­phones. His last job was as a soft­ware en­gi­neer. But it ap­pears that fol­low­ing the death of his fa­ther and a trip to Amer­ica his life has fallen apart. He had not been seen for some time prior to be­ing re­ported miss­ing on Novem­ber 21. In a state­ment his fam­ily said: “Jon is a very ca­pa­ble man who can turn his hand to most things. He is a kind, con­sid­er­ate, sen­si­tive and car­ing per­son.”

Jonathan Humphrey.

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