Have you seen missing Clacton man Nigel Kedar? Police want A140 and A14 dashcam footage
PUBLISHED: 14:10 12 April 2017 | UPDATED: 14:38 12 April 2017
Police have released CCTV footage of a missing Clacton man leaving a village shop in Norfolk amid growing concerns over his welfare.
Nigel Kedar, 52, has been missing from his home in the Essex town for more than week. He was last seen at 7.30am on Tuesday last week (April 4) walking on the A140 at Pulham Market in Norfolk in the direction of the A14.
Norfolk Constabulary said he visited Norwich on Sunday, April 2 and made his way on foot through Long Stratton. Police have released a CCTV image of Mr Kedar leaving a shop in the Norfolk village.
Officers are now appealing for motorists who usually drive on the A140 or the A14 in the area of the Norfolk/Suffolk border to see if they may have recorded dashcam footage of Mr Kedar, which may help their investigation.
Detective Chief Inspector Marie James, of Norfolk Constabulary, said: “I would urge anyone who travelled on the A140 or A14 that morning to try and remember if they saw Nigel walking along the road.
“If you habitually use this stretch of road at this time and have a dashcam please contact us as you may have vital information which will help us find Nigel.
“I would also like to appeal to delivery drivers that may have travelled on this day with recording equipment to come forward. Any information, however small you may think, could be significant.
“We are using specialist officers including search advisors and the National Police Air Service (NPAS) to search for Nigel but are appealing for help from the public to support us with our enquiries.”
Mr Kedar is described as white, 5ft 11ins tall, of a large build and with short hair. He was wearing dark coloured trousers with a lighter coloured long sleeved shirt.
Anyone with information, or who may have seen him, or knows of his whereabouts, should call Norfolk Constabulary immediately on 999.
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