New picture of missing 81-year-old Ronnie from Oldham shows him at Huddersfield bus station

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Ronnie - who usually uses a mobility scooter - only has his walking stick with him. Credit: Greater Manchester Police

New images have been released of a missing 81-year-old Oldham man, 20 miles from home, as his family are desperate to bring him back.

Ronald Webster - known as Ronnie to his friends and family - was last seen on Thursday 14 September on Walkers Road in Limeside.

Greater Manchester Police have now released a picture of Ronnie at Huddersfield bus station getting off the 184 bus at 3:45pm

He is described as being grey haired and uses a walking stick. At the time of his disappearance, he was wearing a black and blue coat, with grey trousers.

Ronnie was last seen on Thursday 14 September. Credit: GMP

Ronald's grandson, Reece Rowlatt, 25, said the family are "really, really worried" about Mr Webster's disappearance.

He said he was concerned in case his grandfather - who has epilepsy and a bad heart - had become "confused and lost."

Mr Rowlatt added: "He has gone for a bit of a wander before, but he has gone and come back.

Ronald Webster has been missing since Thursday 14 September. Credit: GMP

"My grandad is not very good on his feet anymore. He only has his walking stick with him and no mobility scooter.

"The wider family in Oldham are distraught, the same as us."