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Search for missing Michael O'Leary continues into third week after man charged with murder

Michael O'Leary, 55, from Nantgaredig, was reported missing on Monday 27 January. Credit: Family photo

Dyfed-Powys Police has entered its third week of searching for a missing Carmarthenshire man.

Michael O'Leary, 55, from Nantgaredig, was reported missing on Monday 27 January.

52-year-old Andrew Jones from Carmarthen has been charged with his murder.

Mr O'Leary's family have thanked the emergency services, volunteers and community for their support.

A cyclist was spotted travelling between Capel Dewi and Cwmffrwd on the evening of Mr O'Leary's disappearance. Credit: Dyfed-Powys Police

Police issued an appeal for sightings or information about a cyclist, believed to be wearing a high visibility jacket, who was spotted travelling between Capel Dewi and Cwmffrwd on the evening of Mr O'Leary's disappearance.

Officers are also appealing for information on any sightings of Mr silver Nissan Navara travelling between Cwmffrwd and Capel Dewi between 8pm and 10pm the same night.

As the search continues in to its third week, we also welcome any other information with could help the investigation. Any detail – no matter how small it may seem to you - could prove vital, and we urge people to get in touch.

Specialist officers continue to search locations in Carmarthen, including Bronwydd and Cwmffrwd, for any evidence that could assist the investigation.

Our thoughts remain with Michael’s family at this extremely difficult time.

– Dyfed-Powys Police