Police officers searching for a man last seen in Sheffield over a week ago say they are ‘extremely concerned’ for his welfare.
Clive Nicholson, aged 57, was captured on CCTV cameras pulling up in his car near to the Elmwood Farm pub in Beighton, close to where he works on Old Colliery Way.
He is then seen walking towards his workplace but has not been seen since.
The CCTV images were captured at 8am on Sunday, October 19.
One week on police officers re-visited the area where he was last seen and handed out leaflets to passers-by in the hope that they may have seen Mr Nicholson, who lives in York.
The Missing People charity has also distributed posters around the city.
Mr Nicholson is white, of medium build, 5ft 9in tall, with short greying hair, blue eyes and he wears glasses.
He is believed to have been wearing a cable-knit grey jumper, white polo shirt, dark blue jeans and black shoes.
It is thought he may also be wearing a waist-length grey hooded jacket.
Inspector Ian Pope, of North Yorkshire Police, said: “Mr Nicholson’s family are devastated at his disappearance and desperately want to find him.”