York police have issued an urgent appeal to help trace a York man who has gone missing from his home in the Heworth area.
41-year-old Mandeep Ahluwalia was last seen by his mother in the city on the afternoon of Friday 16 May 2014 and has not been seen or heard from since.
He also left leaving his car, bank cards and mobile phone behind.
Police and members of his family are growing very concerned for his welfare and are urging members of the public to contact the police if they have seen a man matching Mandeep’s description or know where he is now.
Mandeep is described as of Indian appearance with short black hair, black stubble and brown eyes. He is of slim build and was wearing a grey t-shirt, grey track-suit trousers and white trainers with black detail.
Sergeant Ray Milligan of York Police, said: We are very worried for Mandeep’s welfare as it is very out of character for him to go missing. He does not have his mobile phone with him, so is out of contact. To our knowledge, he has no access to money as he left his bank cards behind.
“We are appealing to anyone who may have seen Mandeep in the Heworth and wider York area and to anyone who may have seen him using public transport, to please contact the police. Better still if Mandeep sees this appeal, we urge you to contact the police, your family or friends and let us know that you are safe.
Anyone who can help is asked to contact North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 1 and pass information to the Force Control Room.
Please quote reference 12140078465 when passing on information.