Posted: Mon 10th Jun 2013

Documentary To Air About Missing Acrefair Man for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Monday, Jun 10th, 2013

A documentary about a missing man from Wrexham is to air on S4C this week.

The documentary will take a look at the life story of David Clwyd Davies who lived on an abandoned farm on the edge of a housing estate in Wrexham and will feature as part of S4C’s season of programmes featuring rural life.

Known as a ‘horse hoarder’ the programme will focus on 69-year-old Mr Clwyd Davies who has not been seen since April.

Mr Clwyd Davies, from Acrefair previously owned over fifty horses and featured on a Channel 4 documentary ‘The Horse Hoarder’ earlier this year.

However Mr Clwyd Davies went missing after he was banned from keeping horses for five years after admitting to neglect in Wrexham Magistrates Court.

It was initially believed that he had not been seen since April 7. However, investigations show that he was seen in the Cefn area of Wrexham County between 1 and 2pm on Monday April 8.

Since then there have been several unconfirmed reports that Mr Davies has been sighted outside North Wales namely in the North West of England. A recent appeal for information was issued on May 24.

The programme will air on S4C on Wednesday night at 9:3opm. It can also be viewed on Sky Channel 134, No 4 on Freeview, Channel 166 Virgin and Freesat 104. For subtitles press the red button.

Anybody with any information should contact North Wales Police on 101 or alternatively Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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