Police have appealed for help in the search for Kaedin Brindley, a 22-year-old reported missing from Tadworth.

Mr Brindley was first reported missing from the Walton on Hill area of Tadworth on Sunday afternoon (June 9).

Surrey Police say he was visiting family in the area.

Mr Brindley was reported missing after he went for a bicycle ride, at approximately 2.15pm.

He was riding a silver pushbike and has no ID or money on him, Surrey Police said.

Offering further details, a spokesperson for Surrey Police said that Mr Brindley's family were becoming "extremely concerned" for his safety.

"We are becoming increasingly concerned for Kaedin’s safety as he is from Canada and has only been in Surrey for two weeks. He is not familiar with the area, and his family are extremely concerned for his welfare.

"Kaedin has autism and may come across very talkative and over friendly.

"If anyone see’s Kaedin, please call police straight away. If anyone see’s Kaedin, we would ask that you please speak to him calmly and reassuringly," the spokesperson said.

Mr Brindley is described as white, 5 ft. 9 inches tall, of a slim build with short black hair.

He was last seen wearing a blue hooded top, blue baseball cap with a Canadian baseball team on it (which he may have removed), blue knee length short, and blue / black trainers, police said.

In a later update, police said that Mr Brindley had been found and was safe. 

"We would like to thank everyone who provided information and shared our appeal," a spokesperson said.