NOTE: This content is old - Published: Monday, Apr 15th, 2013.
North Wales Police are renewing their appeal for help in tracing a 69 year old man missing from the Trefynant Park area of Acrefair, Wrexham.
David Clwyd Davies has not been seen since the afternoon of Saturday 6th April 2013 and police were alerted following contact from a concerned neighbour.
North Wales Police are asking the public’s help with any information on sightings.
Mr Davies is described as 5’ 11” tall; heavy build with a thick beard. He usually wears jeans, a fleece top and woolly hat and is well known in the local community.
Detective Inspector Arwyn Jones who is leading enquiry said “We remain concerned about Mr Davies’s disappearance and I would appeal to anyone who has seen him or knows of his whereabouts to get in touch.”
“I would ask Mr Davies himself to make contact with the police if he able to do so, to confirm that he is fit and well”.
Anyone with any information should contact North Wales Police on 101 or alternatively Crimestoppers on 0800555111.
North East Search and Rescue gave an update over the weekend on the search saying their team members were called out at 12.36 on Friday 5th April to assist North Wales Police search missing male in his late sixties.
“Our volunteer members conducted a short search of the Acrefair/Trevor area in the borough of Wrexham before being stood down later that afternoon to await further information.”
“The team were deployed a second time, in the same area, on the afternoon of Friday 12th April. Several NEWSAR search teams checked high probability search areas before being stood down at night fall.”