Police continue to seek information on whereabouts of missing man Martin Clatworthy

Police are continuing to appeal for information concerning the whereabouts of Martin Clatworthy who has not been seen since Tuesday 7 March.

Acting Inspector Tony Watts said: “Since Martin was reported missing we continue to pursue all lines of enquiry; we are currently searching mountains, woodland and local waterways led by a specialist police search advisor and continue to liaise closely with Martin’s family.

“We have implemented a thorough trawl of available CCTV in the area Martin was last seen and we are releasing an image of the last known sighting of him, in Blaenrhondda, Rhondda.

“We, and Martin’s family, are very concerned for Martin’s welfare and we continue to appeal to anyone who has any information which might help us to find him to come forward urgently.”

Martin Clatworthy, 57, was last seen in the #Blaenrhondda area at 10.55am on 7 March.

He is around 5ft 7″ tall with brown eyes and short, dark hair. He was last seen wearing black jeans and a black fleece.

Anyone who may have seen Martin, or who has information which will help us find him, is asked to contact us quoting occurrence number 2300075324.


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