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Chippenham: Family Reach Out To Missing Man
The family of a Chippenham man who was last seen two weeks ago have issued a missing person's poster in the hope of finding him.
The last sighting of 34-year-old James Wilding was on Wednesday 8th April. He was seen getting off a train at Kemble station just after 8am. He then walked out of the station, on the ticket office side of the building.
His family have now issued a missing person's poster in the hope that someone, or even James himself, might see it and contact them or Wiltshire Police.
Police say: "They are very concerned about him, especially as he has an on-going medical condition which needs medication and they are not sure if he has this with him."
"The family have been working closely with Wiltshire Police and the Missing People's Charity to find James but they are yet to hear from him."
If any one sees James or knows of his whereabouts they are asked to contact Wiltshire Police on 101 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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