Police are appealing for help from the public to trace a missing man from Penrith.
Michael Bailey, 36, from Penrith was last seen by a friend at 5.30pm on 26th October in Penrith.
He was wearing a dirty t-shirt and dirty work trousers. His car was found in Glenridding yesterday (31st October) and there is a possibility that he may be in that area.
He is described as white, approximately 6’ tall with a stocky build, clean shaven face, blue eyes and a bald head.
Police are appealing for anyone who has seen him or has any information about where he is to contact Penrith Police by calling 101.
More top news
A shoplifting pensioner who threatened supermarket staff with a knife as he tried to flee has been sent to prison
According to Cumbria Police, motorcyclists have the highest rate of collisions and casualties per mile travelled
Three brothers from Cumbria have become the first people to swim across the two biggest and most powerful whirlpools in the world.