CHESHIRE Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a Malpas man who was reported missing by his family yesterday (Monday, July 11).
Michael Kinsella, 46, from Bickerton, was last seen by his family on Sunday evening.
Michael is described as white, around 5ft 7ins tall, with short greying dark brown hair. He has noticeable tattoos on both arms, including a butterfly tattoo on the inside of his right forearm.
Michael was last seen wearing pale blue jeans with a black jumper. He has limited money available to him and left his car behind at his home.
Michael works in Crewe but also has links in the South Wales area, particularly Port Talbot where he used to live. Michael also used to live in Tattenhall and enjoys walking in the general area.
Inspector Dave Smithers, who is coordinating the ongoing search for Michael, said: “We are appealing to the local community of Malpas and the surrounding areas, who may have seen Michael or anyone matching his description in the last 36 hours, to contact us.
“Similarly, I would appeal personally to Michael himself to come forward and make contact with your family or the police as we are very concerned about you.”
Call Cheshire Police on 0845 458 0000 quoting incident 727 of July 11.