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Police are continuing to appeal for help in finding Gawsworth missing man
Police continue to be concerned for the welfare of 65 year old John Dyer from Gawsworth.
The last confirmed sighting of John was at 8pm on Wednesday 20 February at Macclesfield Train Station.
He is described as white, of slim build with short, curly grey hair. The clothes he is wearing are a blue jumper, blue jeans and walking type boots.
He is believed to be on foot and has previously visited the Bollington, Macclesfield Forest, and Buxton areas.
Insp Penny Jones said: “We have been searching the Macclesfield Forest area with the help of Cheshire Search and Rescue and are continuing to following lines of enquiry but we still haven’t had any confirmed sightings since he was captured on CCTV at Macclesfield Train Station on 20 February. We are continuing to appeal to the public for any help in locating him and are requesting members of the public to check their CCTV or Dash Cams if they were in the area at the key times. Please keep your eyes peeled and make contact with us if you think you have seen him.
“I would also appeal directly to John, please get in touch, your family are worried about you and want to know you are okay.”
Anyone with information should contact police on 101 or via the Cheshire Police website quoting IML 329769.