Missing man's family pleads for answers

Trevor Farthing
Trevor Farthing
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The heartbroken family of a man who has been missing for nearly five months have issued a further appeal to find him.

Trevor Farthing was last seen on Wednesday, June 21 on Marshalls Cross Road in St Helens, at around 9.30am.

Extensive enquiries have been ongoing to locate him since.

His family have today issued the following statement: “Trevor remains missing and as a family we are devastated. Christmas is approaching and we really want him back with us, it has been such an upsetting time but we remain hopeful that he will be found.

“It breaks our hearts to think that he may be out somewhere in the cold weather. I’d appeal for anyone with any information to contact the police and try to bring Trevor home for Christmas so he can spend it with his family where he belongs.”

Trevor is described as white, 5ft 7in tall, of medium build and with a shaved head and blue eyes. He has a tattoo of a scorpion on the top of his left arm and a tattoo of a Union Jack on his right arm.
When he was last seen, Trevor was wearing a brown/khaki T-shirt and blue denim jeans.

He is known to frequent the canal near the Bradlegh Road area of Newton-le-Willows.

Police officers are making extensive efforts to find Trevor and return him home safely and would urge Trevor, anyone who knows his whereabouts, or who has seen anybody resembling him, to call police on the 101 number or 0151 777 2014.

Alternatively information can be left with the independent charity Missing People by calling 116 000 or by emailing116000@missingpeople.org.uk.