Family's renewed appeal for missing Conwy man

Roger Wilyman, seen here on the left with his two sons, was last seen on May 18 Credit: Wilyman family

The family of a man missing from Llanfair Talhaiarn in Conwy have made a renewed appeal for him to get in touch.

61-year-old Roger Wilyman was last seen on May 18 leaving the Rhos Fynach restaurant and bar in Rhos-on-Sea at 8.15pm.

His car, a light-coloured Audi, was later found at Trearddur Bay on Anglesey.

Police say they’d like to speak to anyone who saw the vehicle being parked or any activity surrounding it – no matter how insignificant.

Mr Wilyman’s wife and two sons say his disappearance is 'totally out of character' and they’re desperate to discover what's happened to him.

Friends and colleagues of Mr Wilyman, a surveyor, say he’s a professional, popular and well-respected man.

He’s described as having greying brown hair, and at the time he disappeared he was wearing a blue shirt, dark blue chinos, a green-brown sport jacket with a blue line running through it, and brown lace-up shoes.

North Wales Police has asked anyone with information to contact 101.