Posted: Tue 20th Dec 2011

Search Continues For Missing 18 Year Old for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Dec 20th, 2011

Police are today continuing the search for missing Mold teenager Haydn Mark Evans.

Eighteen year old Haydn was reported missing by his family after failing to return home from a Christmas party at Carden Park Hotel in Broxton on Friday night.

He was last seen at the front of the hotel at 1am on Saturday and has not been heard from since.

Haydn’s family have made a heartfelt appeal for his safe return, his stepsister Jade Conway said:

“Haydn we are all devastated about your disappearance. If you are listening to this, or have seen the appeal for you, please contact us. We are all so worried about you and need to know you are safe.”

Police search teams and specialist units including air support and dog patrols have spent the last three days searching the area around Carden Park Hotel and Broxton in the hope of finding clues that may lead to establishing Haydn’s whereabouts.

Cheshire Police are appealing to anyone who lives in the area to check any empty buildings on their land, including farm outbuildings, sheds or garages in case he decided to take shelter from the cold weather.

They have also asked taxi drivers or anyone travelling on the A41 Whitchurch Road, or A534 Wrexham Road, during the early hours of Saturday who may have seen someone fitting Haydn’s description to contact them.

Haydn is approximately 5 foot nine in height, is slim and has short brown hair and blue eyes and was last seen wearing a dark long sleeved shirt and trousers.

Chief Inspector Julie Westgate from Cheshire Police said: “We are extremely concerned for Haydn′s welfare, especially given the exceptionally bad weather conditions we experienced last weekend.

“We have a significant amount of resources committed in the search for Haydn, and understand that this is completely out of character for him to not be in touch with his family or friends.

“We urge anyone who may have been at the hotel that evening and may have seen Haydn leaving the premises, or perhaps anyone who he spoke with on that evening or since, and may have knowledge of his current whereabouts, to contact Cheshire Police as a matter of urgency.”

Anyone who has any information is asked to call Cheshire Police using the new 101 police contact number.

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