Posted: Mon 21st Aug 2023

Renewed Appeal: Police seek help locating Connah’s Quay man last seen in Chester

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Monday, Aug 21st, 2023

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Police searching for a missing man who was last seen in Chester have renewed their appeal for information from the public.

Brian Hughes from Connah’s Quay was last seen leaving the Countess of Chester Hospital at 6.10am on Thursday 17 August.

After leaving the hospital he is believed to have walked towards Chester city centre, travelling along Liverpool Road.

The 44-year-old is described as white, around 5’ 7″ tall, of slim build and with a shaved head.

He was last seen wearing a black/grey sweatshirt, black jogging bottoms, black Adidas trainers and a black baseball cap with silver Nike tick.

Officers are urging anyone who sees Brian or has any information regarding his whereabouts to come forward.

Detective Chief Inspector Chris Williams, from the Western Protecting Vulnerable People team, said:

“It’s now been over four days since anyone last heard from Brian and his family are really worried about him.

“Enquiries to locate Brian have been ongoing since his disappearance and as part of our investigation we’re urging anyone who thinks that they may have seen Brian, or anyone matching his description, to get in touch with us.

“I would also ask residents in the local area to review any CCTV or ring doorbells, to see if they have any footage of Brian.

The same goes for anyone with any dashcam footage which may aid our investigation.

“I would also like to appeal directly to Brian, please call us and let us know that you are OK, your family are worried about you and want you home.”

Anyone with information or footage that may help officers find Brian is asked to call Cheshire Constabulary immediately on 101, quoting IML 1622749

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