A man with a heart condition has been missing since Friday.
Wiltshire Police are appealing for help from the public to find missing person William Webb, 58, who was last seen on Friday 27 January at his home address in Swindon.
Police have been working over the weekend to try and find Mr Webb but have not been able to locate him. They are very concerned for his well-being as he has a number of health issues and does not appear to have taken his medication with him.
In particular, Mr Webb suffers from diabetes and a heart condition which may cause him to become seriously ill without medication.
It is believed that he may have some links in Bristol and London but there is no indication at this stage that he has travelled there.
Mr Webb also suffers from mental health problems and may appear confused if he is approached.
He is described as a white man, 157cm tall, of stocky build, with brown eyes and grey short hair. He may appear older than he is. He was last seen wearing jeans and a blue short sleeved shirt. Officers do not believe he has any access to money as he has not taken his wallet.
PC Laura Barwood said:”We are increasingly concerned for Mr Webb’s welfare and we would urge anyone with information, or who may have seen him to get in touch via 999 or 101.
“Due to the fact he hasn’t got his medication he may appear confused or distressed and it is imperative we find him so that we can ensure he is safe and well.”
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