Urgent appeal for 'community effort' to help find 85-year-old George Fewtrell

The community has been urged to help in the search for 85-year-old George Fewtrell. North Wales Police said they are continuing to "meticulously" search for Mr Fewtrell, who was last seen in Holywell after walking more than 25 miles from his Neston home.

The last confirmed sighting of him on CCTV is at 2.11am on Wednesday, June 26th, and he has not been seen since. Now, police are urging anyone who lives or works in a certain area, illustrated below, to check CCTV footage.

It is hoped the assistance from members of the public could help focus the police investigation into Mr Fewtrell's whereabouts. Detective Inspector Chris Owen said: "I am specifically asking for any houses or businesses with CCTV cameras in the below mapped area to please check your footage.

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"Whilst my dedicated team are following the trail of known sightings, the assistance from the public in proactively checking cameras will greatly assist us. This community effort will hopefully bring us closer to our goal of locating George and returning him to his family.

An urgent appeal has been lodged for anyone living or working in this area to assist with the search for missing George Fewtrell
-Credit:North Wales Police

"I am specifically asking for footage from 2am on Wednesday, June 26th until 2am on Thursday, June 27th. This information will be crucial in driving and focussing our ongoing investigation.

“My team continues to liaise with and support George’s family who are fully updated on the search efforts.”

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