Family of missing Chesterfield man Barry Shaw plead for his safe return

Police were growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of Barry Shaw who was reported missing from his Chesterfield home two weeks ago.
Police were growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of Barry Shaw who was reported missing from his Chesterfield home two weeks ago.
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The family of a man who has been missing for almost two weeks has issued an emotional appeal for him to come home.

Barry Shaw was last seen leaving his home in Hall View, Chesterfield, on the morning of Friday, May 8.

The 44-year-old Morrisons worker was due to catch a bus to work in Sheffield but he did not arrive and has not been seen since.

Police are concerned for the welfare of the Spireites fan.

In a statement, his family said: “Barry, if you are reading this, please come home or contact us – we miss you and want you back.

“We would like to thank everyone for their remarkable support and well wishes at this difficult time.

“We would like to send a personal thank you to all his colleagues and customers at Morrisons, his friends, family, everyone on social media and the police for trying to bring him home safe.

“We would also like to thank everybody who has volunteered their time to help look for Barry.”

Mr Shaw is about 5ft 9in and described as being well built.

He was wearing a green shirt, dark trousers and a coat which is red on the front and dark on the back.

It is believed he may have a tent with him.

Anyone with information about Mr Shaw’s whereabouts or anyone who may have seen him should call Derbyshire police on 101.