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Fresh appeal to trace Wrexham man who went missing five years ago

NOTE: This content is old - Published: Tuesday, Apr 24th, 2018.

A fresh appeal has been made to trace a Wrexham man who went missing five years ago.

David Clwyd Davies, from Acrefair, Wrexham, was last seen on April 3, 2013.

Police were alerted by a concerned neighbour after the 69-year-old failed to turn up for an appointment that day.

North Wales Police are now renewing their appeal to the public for help with any information or sightings of the pensioner.

Next week the National Missing Persons charity will be also circulating a poster in The Big Issue magazine, a street newspaper concerned with homelessness in an attempt to trace Mr Davies.

Mr Davies is described as 5ft 11 and of heavy build with a thick beard. He was last seen wearing jeans, a fleece top and woolly hat and is well known in the local community.

Sgt Gareth Roberts at Rhos police station said: “It is five years since Mr Davies went missing. We occasionally get reports of sightings around the country, but these come to nothing.

“Although we have no new information, the fifth anniversary of his disappearance is an opportunity to raise public awareness once again.”

Anyone with any information should contact North Wales Police on 101 or alternatively Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 quoting reference iTrace 9438

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