Can you help police find a man who has been missing since the early hours of the morning?
Gary Williams, 44, was last seen on a night out with work colleagues at Pink Punters on Thursday, March 19.
After leaving the venue at 2.24am he and a colleague got a taxi to the Travel Lodge Hotel in Burchard Crescent and each went to their separate rooms.
But at 5am Mr Williams’ hotel room keys were found at reception. He was not in his hotel room, did not attend work that day, and was reported missing shortly after 3pm.
He is described as white, slim, 6ft, with grey/black hair which is thin on top and longer at the sides. He was last seen wearing black shoes, black trousers and a black zip-up cardigan.
Mr Williams is believed to have been carrying a duffle bag, possibly green.
He has no mobile phone, may not have access to money, and he may have difficulty finding his way around Milton Keynes.
Insp Lee Brace, who is leading the search, said: “We are increasingly worried about Gary, as he has now been missing for more than a week. He may have been under the influence of alcohol when he left his hotel as he had been on a night out, and we do not believe he has access to a mobile phone, car or much money.
“Gary has not been heard from or seen since last Friday and it is vital that we trace him to check he is safe and well.
“Gary was staying in Shenley Church End for work and lives in Dorset, so has no great knowledge of the area. However, we know that he does like to walk and so we would ask motorists in particular to let us know if they see a man answering Gary’s description walking along side any major roads.
“I would urge anyone who sees a man matching Gary’s description to contact us. Gary, if you see this appeal, please get in touch with us. You are not in any trouble, we just need to know that you are safe.”
Anyone with information about Mr Williams’ whereabouts is asked to contact Insp Brace via the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101 quoting 862 20/3.
If you don’t want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.