There's concern for an elderly man who was last seen walking around Huddersfield bus station in his pyjamas. 84-year-old Bernard Hallas hasn't been seen since eleven o'clock on Tuesday evening.
He'd caught a bus from Bradley earlier in the evening and changed onto a service to Marsden, but stayed on the bus when it returned to the station. Staff there were concerned about him but he refused to respond and walked away.
West Yorkshire Police are appealing for information on missing Bernard Hallas who was last seen at 11:15pm on Tuesday in Huddersfield Town centre.
84-year-old Mr Hallas of Stutley Grove, Bradley, was seen on a bus from Bradley into Huddersfield at 8:20pm on Tuesday .
The bus went into Huddersfield Town centre where he caught another bus to Marsden. At the end of its route, at around 10:15pm, the bus went back into Huddersfield with Mr Hallas still onboard.
Bus station staff asked him if he was OK. Mr Hallas walked off telling the staff to mind their own business.
Police are concerned for Mr Hallas' welfare as he suffers several medical conditions and has no medication with him.
He is described as a white man, around 5'5" tall, clean shaven, frail and with whispy grey hair. He was wearing blue check pyjamas, a brown sheepskin coat, a brown hat and black shoes.