Concern for man now missing for 10 days:
PUBLIC ASKED TO CHECK SHEDS AND CCTV FOR MAN LAST SEEN ON NOVEMBER 8
MAJOR searches for a man who vanished last weekend are continuing as police say they are “extremely concerned” for him.
James Clarke, from Aberffraw, was last seen in the Newborough area on Sunday November 8 at 8.20pm.
Despite a major search on the island, he had not been found as the Mail went to press yesterday.
Chief Insp Owain Llewellyn said on Friday: “North Wales Police, supported by volunteers from Monsar and Sarda, continue to search for James.
“We are extremely concerned for his welfare and that concern grows with the passage of time.
“Searches are planned to continue through the weekend.
“I am extremely grateful to the assistance that has already been provided by the local community but would like to appeal again to anyone who was using the road network in the vicinity of Newborough, Malltraeth or Aberffraw and saw anyone walking during the evening of Sunday 8 November to contact us, via 101 and quoting reference 35463.”
Earlier last week, police said Mr Clarke was spotted heading on to the A4080, though in which direction is unknown.
They have also urged people on Anglesey to check sheds and outbuildings for him.
Chief Insp Llewellyn said: “I am asking for residents, especially those living between Newborough and Aberffraw, to support this search by checking any sheds, outbuildings or barns in which someone could have taken refuge.
“I would also ask anyone that has CCTV footage of the A4080 between Newborough and Aberffraw or who picked up or saw anyone walking along the A4080 after 8.20pm on Sunday 8 November to make contact with North Wales Police.”
James Clarke of Aberffraw has been missing since November 8