POLICE are appealing for information about a 41-year-old Clitheroe man who has been reported missing.
David Wilson was last seen at his home address on Pendle Road, Clitheroe, at around 6-45 a.m. on the morning of Tuesday (April 19th) before he was due to leave for work, however, he did not report for work that day.
Both police and Mr Wilson’s family are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare and are appealing for him to get in touch or for anyone who thinks they may have seen him to come forward and contact the police.
He is described as white, around 5ft. 10ins to 6ft. tall, of slim build with receding grey hair. He has a tanned complexion and blue eyes and a North West accent.
It is thought he will be wearing casual clothes and may have with him a waterproof jacket and walking boots which he could be wearing.
It is believed that Mr Wilson has with him his black Labrador dog and he is believed to be driving a Silver Peugeot 307 registration number MW05EBF which has a cycle rack on the roof.
Mr Wilson is a keen camper and cyclist and it is thought that he could well have travelled to the Cumbria area. Police are asking anyone in that area to be vigilant and report any sightings.
If anyone believes they may have seen Mr. Wilson then we would ask them to contact the police immediately on 01254 51212 quoting log reference LC-20110419-1682.