Police have renewed their appeal for the public’s help as they are very concerned for a man who went missing from an address in Bournemouth – with the family of the missing man making a public plea.
Aaron Fiveash, 36, was believed to have left his parents’ home in Sunnylands Avenue at approximately 5.30am on Monday 6 January.
Officers assisted by the National Police Air Service helicopter are continuing their search including coastal and river areas.
Bournemouth Neighbourhood Inspector Chris Weeks said: “I understand that Aaron was very confused in the time leading up to his disappearance and we are very concerned for his welfare.
“His disappearance is completely out of character and I appeal to him to make contact with someone to let his family know that he is safe and well.”
Aaron’s family are extremely concerned about him. At a press conference his father, Dennis Fiveash, said: “Please help us find our son Aaron.
“He left our house in the early hours of Monday morning in a confused state.
“He needs your help. We need your help to find him.”
Inspector Weeks continued: “It is important that Aaron, or anyone who knows of Aaron’s whereabouts, comes forward as soon as possible.
“I urge anyone with any information, no matter how small or seemingly irrelevant, to contact the police on 101.”
Aaron is described as white, five feet eleven inches tall, of medium build and with short dark hair.
Anyone with information or knowledge as to Aaron’s whereabouts should call Dorset Police on 101 quoting incident number 6:61.