Police searching for missing Bournemouth man Alexander Angus have renewed their appeal for witnesses and information.
Alexander, 48, 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 2015.
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.
Detective Inspector Andy Bell, of Bournemouth CID, said: “It is almost a week since Alexander was last seen leaving his home and we are very concerned for him.
“Following our enquiries, I am now in a position to release a CCTV image of Alexander’s van being driven in the Christchurch area on Wednesday 4 February at 11.02am.
“I am appealing to anyone who knows Alexander’s whereabouts, has seen a man matching his description or his van to call 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.