Gwent Police have issued a fresh appeal for information to help them find missing pensioner Trevor Elias, two years after he disappeared.
Mr Elias, from Abertridwr, was reported missing in 2012. He was last seen walking past the Cenotaph in Senghenydd and heading down Commercial Street in the direction of Abertridwr.
Police say they are 'no closure' to finding out what happened to him.
"Two years on and we are still no closer in establishing what happened to Trevor since he was last seen. A number of reviews have been carried out since he went missing and we are doing all we can to find out what happened to him" said Detective Superintendent Ian Roberts.
"We are appealing to members of the community to look closely at the CCTV as I'm sure there will be someone who recognises the images of the people and vehicles."
If anyone has any information about his whereabouts that night or since they are asked to call Gwent Police on 101
Trevor Elias has been missing for one year and now Gwent Police are re-appealing for information about his disappearance. Trevor was reported missing on Saturday April 7th. He is described as being approximately six feet tall, of very thin build, and has brown short hair. He wears glasses.
Police are appealing for two woman seen on CCTV to help them with their inquiries into a missing pensioner from Abertridwr.
Officers believe the pair might have seen Trevor Elias the night he went missing.
They were seen walking ahead of him on Commercial Street toward Senghenydd Square.
77-year-old Elias went missing during the early hours of Friday 6th April.
Trevor is described as being approximately six feet tall, of very thin build, and has brown short hair. He wears glasses.
If anyone has any information about his whereabouts that night or since, call Gwent Police on 101.