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Friday, May 24, 2013

Fresh police appeal for missing Acrefair man

North Wales Police are continuing in their efforts to trace David Clwyd Davies who has not been seen since the April 8.
 
It was initially believed that Mr Davies (pictured below) had not been seen since April 7.

However, investigations show that he was seen in the Cefn area of Wrexham County between 1 and 2pm on Monday April 8.

Since then there have been several unconfirmed reports that Mr Davies has been sighted outside North Wales namely in the North West of England.
 
Detective Inspector Arwyn Jones who is leading the enquiry said, “It is seven weeks on Sunday May 26 since Mr Davies was last seen and our investigation into his disappearance remains a priority.  We would again ask members of the public who may hold any information that may assist the enquiry to come forward, particularly anybody who knows Clwyd, and who may have any information about his life or movements, past or present.    
 
Anybody with any information should contact North Wales Police on 101 or alternatively Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.Pictured below) had not been seen since April 7. However, investigations show that he was seen in the Cefn area of Wrexham County between 1 and 2pm on Monday April 8.

Since then there have been several unconfirmed reports that Mr Davies has been sighted outside North Wales namely in the North West of England.
 
Detective Inspector Arwyn Jones who is leading the enquiry said, “It is seven weeks on Sunday May 26 since Mr Davies was last seen and our investigation into his disappearance remains a priority.  We would again ask members of the public who may hold any information that may assist the enquiry to come forward, particularly anybody who knows Clwyd, and who may have any information about his life or movements, past or present.    
 
Anybody with any information should contact North Wales Police on 101 or alternatively Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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