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Family appeals for return of missing man Roger Wilyman

Category: Wales

Published: 22nd May 2012 08:49:22

The family of a man who has been missing for four days has appealed for his safe return.

Despite a major air, sea and land search, Roger Wilyman, 61, from Llanfair Talhaiarn in Conwy County, has not been since since 18 May.

He was last seen leaving the Rhos Fynach Restaurant Bar in Rhos-on-Sea at 20:15 BST on Friday, and his car was later found at Trearddur Bay, Anglesey.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101.

Mr Wilyman's relatives raised the alarm late on Friday after he failed to return home.

Police, lifeboat crews, coastguards, helicopter crews and specialist dog handlers searched Trearddur Bay.

He has greying brown hair and, at the time he disappeared, he was wearing a mid-blue shirt with fine weave and dark blue chino trousers.

He was also wearing a green-brown sports jacket with a blue line running through it and brown lace up shoes.

His family said they were "all very concerned for his safety", and in a statement, added: "We just want him to please contact us to let us know that he is okay."

Anyone with information can also contact Crimsestoppers on 0800 555111.

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