Possible sighting of missing Carmarthen man
A MAN who has been missing for over three weeks may have been sighted.
Gary ShepherdMason, 54, has not been seen since Thursday, November 15.
Police are now appealing for any dashcam or CCTV footage and accounts from cyclists who may have seen Mr Shepherd-Mason
Three days ago police, accompanied by the Western Beacons Mountain Search and Rescue Team, scoured woodland outside the Carmarthenshire village of Trevaughan. A service drone and police sniffer dog were also used in the search.
However, the missing man may have been spotted earlier this week on Capel Dewi Road, just south of Carmarthen.
Mr Shepherd-Mason, of Russell Terrace, Carmarthen, was last seen in the Barn Road area near the town centre.
He relies on medication which was found near his home, and concern for his welfare is increasing.
He is 6ft 1in tall, of skinny build, with brown hair worn in a ponytail.
He has a tattoo of a bulldog on one arm and an SAS tattoo on the other. He usually has stubble and has a gold stud in his right ear.
He is possibly wearing a black bomber jacket, blue hooded top and blue jeans, and is likely to be wearing a hat.