A MAN who became the subject of a nationwide search has been found safe and well.
Nottinghamshire Police issued an appeal for information on the whereabouts of Worksop man Steven Robert Thomas on Friday.
He had been missing from him home in the Kilton area of the town since Monday. Police were concerned about his state of mind following two recent bereavements.
He was found on Saturday morning in Northumbria.
A SEARCH for a missing man has launched nationwide by Nottingamshire Police.
Worksop man Steven Robert Thomas, 53, was reported missing by relatives on Monday, August 27.
Police say they are concerned about his welfare and state of mind following two recent bereavements.
He is believed to be travelling in a silver Nissan Almera, registration number MK03 SCX. The vehicle was identified on a camera in Blind Lane in Chester-le-Street, County Durham, close to junction 63 of A1(M), at around 1.30pm on Tuesday, August 28. But there have been no confirmed sightings of Mr Thomas or the car since.
He is described as 5ft 10ins tall, of a large build and with very short, receding hair. He wears glasses, but it is not known what clothing he was wearing at the time of his disappearance.
Anyone with information as to Mr Thomas’s whereabouts is asked to call police on 101. The Nottinghamshire incident number is 682 of 27 August.