POLICE have urged a missing man to come home to his family three weeks after his disappearance.

James Miller was last seen on Slater Street in Latchford at around 11pm on Tuesday, December 22.

But, three weeks later, the 38-year-old remains missing and Cheshire Police are ‘increasingly concerned about his welfare’.

Warrington Guardian:

Officers are ‘trawling through CCTV’ in a bid to trace his movements, and detective inspector Helen Clegg has urged the Warrington Wolves fan to get in touch.

She said today, Tuesday: “It’s now three weeks since James was reported missing.

“This is completely out of character, and as each day and week passes by we become increasingly concerned about his welfare.

“We are continuing to do all we can to find James and are supporting his family throughout.

“Officers are trawling through CCTV footage and a specialist search and rescue team are also looking for him.

“I want to take this opportunity to thank the public, the local community and the media for their help and I am still encouraging others to also come forward with any information or possible sightings – I would also ask residents to check their sheds and outbuildings.

Warrington Guardian:

“James, if you are reading this, please do get in touch with us by calling 101 as your family is really worried about you.”

Mr Miller, from Latchford, is described as being 5ft8 and of a medium build with ‘bright blue eyes’ and a ‘distinctive’ scar on the side of his head.

He was wearing a white t-shirt and grey jogging bottoms when he went missing.

Staffordshire Police believe the missing man could have travelled to Uttoxeter, while marine units have used sonar technology along the Mersey near to Victoria Park during searches.

Warrington Guardian:

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is urged to contact Cheshire Police on 101, quoting incident number IML880492.