Appeal for help from public in search for missing Wareham man

Update – missing Wareham man found safe and well

Officers searching for a missing Wareham man are pleased to say he has been found safe and well.

Mark Rumbold, aged 40, was last seen at his home address at around 12.30pm on Monday 7 May 2018. He was reported missing at around 10am yesterday, Wednesday 9 May 2018.

He was found safe and well in the Purbeck area.

We would like to thank everyone for sharing the appeal.

 

 

 

Officers searching for a missing Wareham man are appealing for help from the public to find him.

Mark Rumbold, aged 40, was last seen at his home address in Northmoor Way at around 12.30pm on Monday 7 May 2018. He was reported missing at around 10am yesterday, Wednesday 9 May 2018.

Officers have carried out a number of searches in the Purbeck area, as well as in areas of North Dorset, which he has links to.

Mark is described as white, around five feet seven inches tall and of slim build with short brown hair. He is believed to have been wearing a grey, brown and blue top, jeans and Converse trainers.

Officers understand he has access to his vehicle, a silver Volvo XC70 with the registration number AJ07 DHZ.

Chief Inspector Alan Setchell, of Dorset Police, said: “We are becoming increasingly concerned for Mark’s welfare as he has not been seen for some time and it is believed he may have been upset recently.

“We have been carrying out a number of enquiries and are doing everything we can to locate Mark.

“I would urge anyone who has any information to his whereabouts, or who sees a man matching Mark’s description, to contact police immediately. We would also like to hear from anyone who comes across his vehicle.

“I am also making a direct plea to Mark if he sees this appeal to contact us or your family as we all want to ensure that you are safe and well.”

Anyone with information or knowledge as to Mark’s whereabouts is asked to contact Dorset Police at www.dorset.police.uk, via email 101@dorset.pnn.police.uk or by calling 101, quoting incident number 9:115.