Police in Abergavenny have issued an appeal for information regarding the whereabouts of a missing hospital patient.
Twenty-two-year-old Perry Smith, a patient at Llanarth Court Hospital, failed to return from escorted leave in Abergavenny Town Centre.
He was last seen walking from Abergavenny Bus Station into the Town Centre at around 10.30 yesterday morning.
Perry is described as white with a shaved head and was wearing a green waterproof short mac, brown Krishna t-shirt, black linen trousers and black Vans trainers with white soles. He was carrying a green camouflage rucksack.
Members of the public, if they do see Perry, are asked to call police as its believed he may be a potential risk without his medication.
If anyone knows of his whereabouts they are asked to call Gwent Police on 101 quoting log number 201 22/08/15.
A property developer who has already pleaded guilty to making illegal alterations on the Monmouthshire house that inspired the hymn 'All Things Bright and Beautiful' is due to be sentenced today.
Sixty-year-old Kim Davies installed a Jacuzzi and spotlights into Llanwenarth House near Abergavenny.
Newport Crown Court has already heard that more than 60 changes to the Grade II-listed building were not approved by Brecon Beacons National Park Authority.
Davies bought Llanwenarth House in 2007 for £675,000 and has spent more than £1m developing it, including making changes to the original timber windows, doors and fireplace.
Seven-bedroom Llanwenarth House was originally built in 1532 on six-acres of land, and has a detached coach house along with an orchard.
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