Welsh police appeal for help in finding missing man thought to be in Andalucia

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POLICE in North Wales have issued an appeal for assistance in finding details of the whereabouts of Thomas Llyr Parry, who has not had contact with his family in Holyhead since February 8 of this year.

Mr Parry, who is 36, left the UK at the end of January to go on a pre-planned trip around Europe and it is believed that he travelled to France, Portugal and Gibraltar before continuing his travels in Spain.

Concerns were raised for his whereabouts when the grey van he was travelling in, together with some of his property, was located on Tuesday March 14 in the Bolonia area of Cadiz Province.

North Wales Police are currently liaising with the Spanish authorities, and officers are keen to hear from anyone who may know of Thomas Llyr Parry’s whereabouts.

He is described as being between 5’8” and 5’10” tall, of stocky build, with short straight brown hair.

Anyone who may have seen Mr Parry or who has information relating to his whereabouts are asked to contact North Wales Police quoting reference Itrace 17614.

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