Anniversary Appeal For Missing Man
21 June 2018, 10:12 | Updated: 21 June 2018, 10:19
The family of a man who disappeared in Merseyside a year ago say they miss him terribly.
Trevor Farthing was last seen on Wednesday, 21 June 2017 on Marshalls Cross Road, St Helens, at around 9.30am.
Merseyside Police say that despite extensive enquiries over the last year Trevor is yet to be found.
His family are devastated and want him home.
Trevor's partner, Marie Comber said: "Trevor has now been missing for 12 months. As a family, his daughters and I miss him terribly. We continue our search for him and are desperate for any information, however small. I'd appeal directly to Trevor and say, Trevor, we love you always, we miss you and we want you to come home. If you see this, please make contact with us or the police and just let us know you are safe."
Detective Sergeant Jennie Beck: "We are continuing to make efforts to find Trevor and return him home safely to his family, who obviously miss him greatly.
"I would again reiterate our appeal to anyone who might have seen him over the last 12 months to get in contact. It doesn't matter how much time has passed, any information about his whereabouts could assist in our search for him."
Trevor's described as white, 5ft 5in tall, of medium build and with a shaved head and blue eyes. He has a sleeve of tattoos on his right arm.
He's known to use the canal paths of Newton-Le-Willows and surrounding areas.