CCTV images show missing Cirencester man visited town bakery

Searches are continuing for a man who went missing from Cirencester last week.

Kevin, 40, has not been seen since 6am on Friday morning (April 29) when he left a night shift at work.

CCTV images released by the police now show that he later visited a bakery in Cirencester.

A CCTV image shows Kevins last known sighting

A CCTV image shows Kevin’s last known sighting

Police remain concerned for his welfare as not returning home for this long or contacting relatives is out of character.

Kevin, who may be going by his middle name of Michael, is described as being white, 5ft 10ins tall, of a stocky build and has short cropped brown hair with a beard.

He is believed to be wearing a black polo shirt, black zip up jacket, black trousers, black trainers with white soles and carrying a dark red drawstring bag.

Officers believe that Kevin may have travelled to Clevedon, Brean or Weston-super-Mare and are asking anyone with links to those areas to keep an eye out.

An extensive search was carried out over the weekend with Severn Area Rescue Association (SARA) land teams from stations at Beachley, Wyre Forest, Tewkesbury and the Cotswolds deployed, along with colleagues from Wiltshire Search and Rescue, Gloucestershire Cave Rescue Group, a water search team from SARA Sharpness and search dogs from Search and Rescue Dog Association South Wales and Lowland Rescue Oxfordshire.

SARA Cotwolds is a new team, based at Cirencester Fire Station, and like all SARA rescue stations is run entirely by volunteers. For more information about their work go to spacehive.com/SARAcotswolds

Their search has since been stood down but the police investigation remains ongoing.

Anyone with information on Kevin’s whereabouts is asked to call police on 101 and quoting incident 499 of April 29. Please dial 999 if Kevin is present at the time of calling.

You can also give information through the Missing People charity on 116 000 or you can find out more information through the charity’s website missingpeople.org.uk

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