Police appeal for missing Warwickshire man
2:47pm Tuesday 20th August 2013 in News
Dyfed-Powys Police is assisting Warwickshire Police in the search for a missing man from Atherstone.
Warwickshire Police is becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of 50-year-old Frank Gerald Albert Randle who was reported missing at 9am on Monday, August 19.
Frank left his home in Atherstone and caught a train to Stafford where he was last seen in Victoria Square at approximately 9am.
Warwickshire Police are liaising with other forces in a bid to establish his whereabouts.
Officers believe he could be in Staffordshire or Warwickshire, but he also has connections with Pembrokeshire.
Frank is described as a clean shaven white male, who is 5’5” tall with short brown hair and black rimmed spectacles. He has several tattoos including a tattoo of a cartoon popeye on his right forearm and a black panther on his left forearm.
If you have any information on his whereabouts please contact police immediately by calling 101 and speak to your local force quoting Warwickshire incident 104 of August 19.
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