The daughter of a Nottinghamshire man who has been missing for the past week, has made a plea for any information regarding his whereabouts.
Anthony Campbell, 59, from Mapperley, was last seen on the afternoon of Saturday 21 November at his daughter’s home in Bulwell.
Mr Campbell, who works a caretaker in Sneinton, didn’t turn up for a family gathering the following day and then failed to show for work on Monday 23 November.
Mr Campbell has short, dark curly hair after recently cutting off his dreadlocks. He is approximately 5ft 9in in height and has a slim build.
He has a full tattoo sleeve on his left arm and could have his black mountain bike with him.
It is thought that the 59-year-old will be wearing black trousers and trainers as well as a thin scarf.
His daughter Holly Wilde said her father’s disappearance was “out of character” and “the whole family is worried.”
She said: “He’s such a loveable character and is really popular, there must be someone who knows something.
“If you are reading this Dad, please get in contact with us, we miss you. We just want to know you’re safe.”
Nottinghamshire Police were alerted to Mr Campbell’s disappearance at midday on Monday 23 November.
PC Donna Gettings, who is leading the search for the Missing from Home team, said: “It was reported that he wasn’t feeling himself when he saw Holly and was a little low. This was the last contact she had with him.
“It’s been longer than a week now, so we are reissuing an appeal to help with our investigation.
“If you have any information please call 101, quoting incident number 270 of 23 November 2020.”