Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of 48-year-old Alexander Angus who has gone missing from his Bournemouth home.
Alexander left his home in Queen’s Park Avenue at 9am on Tuesday 3 February. However, he did not attend work and has not been in contact with his family since. He was reported missing at 1.20am on Sunday 8 February.
It is understood Alexander may be in a distressed state of mind.
He is described as a white man, of broad build and six feet one to six feet two inches tall. He has short grey hair, blue eyes and was last seen wearing blue jeans and a dark coloured sweatshirt.
Alexander left home in a white Ford Transit van with the registration number SD14 CFG. The van has a small picture on the back door of three cartoon egg characters accompanied by a safety slogan.
The vehicle was last seen on the A35 at Hinton Admiral at 5.39pm on Wednesday 4 February.
Chief Inspector Tracey Baker of Dorset Police said, “Alexander has never gone missing before and this is completely out of character.
“I am appealing to anyone who may have seen Alexander, his vehicle or know of his whereabouts to please contact Dorset Police urgently.
“If Alexander sees this appeal, I would urge him to please make contact to let us know he is safe. Your family is very worried about you.”
Anyone who sees a man matching Alexander’s description should call Dorset Police on 101 quoting incident number 8:30.