Police have released a new photo of a 39-year-old man who "disappeared" early on Sunday 3rd April.
Michael Bryn Jones, who is from the Llandudno area, was last seen on the A55 near Junction 11 (Bethesda/Bangor) around 5:30am.
Police say several appeals have led to many potential sightings but they have not led to Michael being located.
Michael’s family will also be present at the Llandudno Extravaganza over the coming Bank Holiday weekend, as they seek to keep the profile of his disappearance at the forefront of the public’s thoughts.
I would appeal for anyone who has any information, or believe they may have seen someone matching Michael’s description around the time he went missing, to please contact us.
Police have released CCTV images of Michael Bryn Jones who has been missing from his Llandudno home since Saturday, April 2.
The images are of the 38-year-old when he visited a convenience store in Bangor during the early hours of Sunday morning, April 3rd.
Michael is described as being 5’10” tall, of slim build, with light brown hair. He was last seen wearing a white beanie hat with three horizontal black lines above the brim, a blue fleece, the body of which is sky blue with darker blue arms.
He was also wearing light coloured trousers, possibly jeans.
Police are appealing to anyone who has seen Michael or who may know of his whereabouts to contact North Wales Police.
Similarly, officers are appealing to Michael himself to contact officers and his family to let us know that he is safe and well.
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