Chris Cattrall, 55, the brother of actress Kim Cattrall, is missing. (Instagram photo)

Police search for missing brother of ‘Sex and the City’ actress Kim Cattrall

Chris Cattrall, 55, missing since Tuesday frome home in Lacombe, Alta.

LACOMBE, Alta. — Actress Kim Cattrall has taken to social media for help finding her brother, who police say is missing from his home in Lacombe, Alta.

RCMP say 55-year-old Christopher Cattrall has been missing since Tuesday.

In an Instagram post, Kim Cattrall says her brother’s keys, cellphone and wallet were left on a table in the house, and his front door was unlocked.

She says his seven dogs were left alone.

“He’s a one of a kind brother,” Kim Cattrall, who has a home on Vancouver Island, wrote online. “Help us bring him home safe.”

Police describe Christopher Cattrall as being six-feet tall, 200 pounds with blue eyes and short brown hair.

They’re asking anyone with information to come forward.

– The Canadian Press

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