Gay man declared missing after the Manchester Arena terror attack

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Friends and siblings are afraid for the safety of Martyn Hett who was at Ariana Grande’s Manchester show where the terror attack took place and did not come back. At least 22 people died and 59 were injured after the bombing. According to the newest figures, one of the attackers died at the scene, another one is already arrested. Martyn, a digital manager at Rumpus PR, was meant to go on holiday to the US for two months some time following the concert, but was reported missing by his brother Dan early this morning. “My brother was at the Manchester Arena last night and hasn’t checked in,” he wrote on Twitter. If anyone has seen him in any way *please* contact me”. Stuart Aspinall, 25, went with Martyn, a former winner of Come Dine With Me and a graduate of both the University of Liverpool and University of Arts London, to the concert.“The more news that is coming out, the scarier this is getting. There was an explosion at the Ariana Grande concert tonight in Manchester and I haven’t seen my friend Martyn since. He went to the bar about 20 minutes before the end of the concert and got chatting to some girls. As I was leaving, the explosion happened and everyone started running. I just want to find out that he’s safe somewhere,” he wrote on Facebook.

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