Police are appealing to the public for help in tracing a taxi driver not seen since Sunday (December 11).
A Cheshire Constabulary spokeswoman said officers and relatives are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of Michael Burgess, 43.
He was last seen at 4.55am on Sunday when he dropped off a passenger in Helsby.
Mr Burgess’s family reported him missing on Monday.
He was thought to be driving his black Peugeot minibus, which is liveried with the Cheshire West And Chester crest or logo and has licensed taxi plates.
The cabbie has links to Liverpool but could still be in or around his home town of Runcorn.
Police are keen to hear from anyone with information that may help to locate Michael who is described as 5ft 6ins tall, white, of average build and bald.
Inspector Barry Brown said: “We are becoming increasingly concerned for Michael’s welfare.
“I would also appeal directly to Michael to let us know you are OK.
"Your family are worried about you.”
Anyone with any information should call Cheshire police on 101 quoting incident number 440 of December 12.