Bracknell pensioner missing for a month

15 September 2010, 15:34 | Updated: 15 September 2010, 15:48

83-year-old Lesley Frewen from Bracknell has been missing since September 15th.

His wife Jean, and his daughters Erika and Leigh, have now renewed their appeal for information on his whereabouts.

Despite their appeals on Heart and in local press, and extensive searches of the area, Mr Frewen has still not been found.

Leslie Frewen was reported missing on Sunday 15 August. He was last seen by his family at his address in The Plateau, Warfield Park, Bracknell, at about 3pm that day, when he left to go for a walk.

Police believe that Mr Frewen was last sighted in The Elms - an area within Warfield Park - at around 3.15pm. He is also thought to have visited Tesco, Jigs Lane North, in Warfield during the morning of Sunday 15 August. There have been other reports of sightings, although further enquiries have established that they were not of Mr Frewen.

Mr Frewen is white, has cropped grey hair, wears glasses, and was last seen wearing navy trousers, a beige zipped jacket and black shoes.

Chief Inspector Simon Bowden, Commander of Bracknell Forest Local Police Area, said:

“Volunteers from the SEBEV Search and Rescue Team are continuing their search of the local area, in conjunction with police search advisers, and we are continuing to make other enquiries, but there have been no significant developments in the investigation.

“I would urge anyone with information that could help us to find Mr Frewen to contact Thames Valley Police on 0845 8 505 505, quoting reference number: URN 1352 15/8.”