North Wales Police continue to search for missing man in Snowdonia

NORTH Wales Police have issued the following statement as the search continues for David:

“We continue to search for David, 65, who has been missing from the Carneddau area of Eryri (Snowdonia) since January 9th.

“Multi-agency searches have been ongoing following his disappearance, but David has not yet been found.”

Chief Inspector David Cust said: “I’d like to thank partner agencies and the wider community for their support and assistance in searching for David, which are ongoing as weather conditions allow.

“I am appealing to anyone who has been out walking in the area and may have come across a large backpack, as seen in the image above, to contact us.

“We continue to support David’s family at this difficult time.”

Anyone who may have seen David, or any of the items described since his disappearance, are asked to contact us via our website or by calling 101, quoting reference Q004447.

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