Police 'increasingly concerned' for missing 68-year-old man's welfare
Police are 'increasingly concerned' for the welfare of a Condor man who has been missing since Wednesday (April 4).
A new photo of missing Trevor Needham has now been released.
Mr Needham was last seen leaving his home at about 9.45am on Wednesday, April 4, and was due to visit Swanwick.
However he never arrived. The 68-year-old may also have headed to Derby.
A Derbyshire Constabulary spokesman said: "We’ve issued a number of appeals for information on his whereabouts but have been unable to find him and we are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare.
"As well as issuing this new photo, we are asking members of the public to check any sheds, garages or other outbuildings that Mr Needham may have slept in since he went missing.
"Our concerns for Mr Needham’s welfare are high and we are appealing for anyone who might have seen him to get in touch with us urgently. "
He was wearing black trousers, black steel toe cap boots and a green Mountain Warehouse jacket. He also had a blue rucksack with him.
He is about 6ft, of medium build, with short, dark brown hair and glasses.
If you have seen anyone matching that description to call us on 101 now and quote incident 549 of April 4.