NOTE: This content is old - Published: Tuesday, Feb 9th, 2016.
Police have launched a fresh appeal for information to help trace a Flintshire man who has been missing for one month.
Gary Ronald Cooke, 34, from Sandycroft was last seen on Saturday January 9.
He is described as 5ft 8ins tall and of stocky build. He was wearing a khaki green parka style coat with a hood and blue jeans.
He was wearing a khaki green parka style coat with a hood and blue jeans.
Flintshire North Inspector Dave Jolly said;
“Gary was seen at 7.45am on Saturday January 9 on the Flintshire Bridge near Shotton.
“His parents are increasingly concerned about his safety and need to know what has happened to their son.
“We are renewing our appeal to the public for information. If anyone has information which may help our investigation please call North Wales Police on 101 quoting reference 14681.”
Coastguard rescue teams from Flint and Wirral along with the Flint inshore lifeboat and a police helicopter joined a search for a male reported to be acting suspiciously on the Flintshire Bridge, Connah’s Quay on the morning of Saturday January 9.
Police and Coastguard rescue teams arrived at the bridge to carry out a search of the area, NPAS Barton, the Manchester based police helicopter joined in a search of the river Dee – nothing was found.