North Wales Police are appealing for help tracing to trace a 47-year-old man who has been missing Corwen since Sunday.
Roy Hill was last seen when he was dropped off at the The Eagles pub in Corwen and has not contacted family or friends since.
Mr Hill is approximately 6’ 2, of medium build with short cut frizzy hair which is mousy/brown in colour. He speaks with a Yorkshire accent.
He was last seen wearing a black waterproof jacket just above knee length, blue jeans and blue trainers.
His friends have had no contact with him since 26th July and we are increasingly concerned for his welfare.”
Police are also appealing to Mr Hill himself to contact police, family and friends to let them know that he is safe and well.
Anyone with any information should contact North Wales police on 101.
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Benny was a fantastic husband and devoted father to our wonderful son, Harry.
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