SEARCHES for a missing man are continuing, two months after he was last seen by his family.

James Miller went missing after leaving home on Slater Street in Latchford at around 11pm on Tuesday, December 22.

Today, Monday, marks two months since the much-loved son, brother and uncle’s disappearance.

Family, friends, members of the public and police are still desperately trying to trace the Warrington Wolves fanatic’s whereabouts.

Warrington Guardian:

During this time, both Christmas Day and his 38th birthday have passed.

Residents have rallied around James’ loved ones since he vanished, with around 10,000 having joined the Missing James Miller group on Facebook and many having put up posters and banners in order to spread awareness.

Warrington Guardian:

His sister Emma previously told the Warrington Guardian: “We really can’t thank the people of Warrington and beyond enough.

“We are feeling the love of everyone supporting us during this horrendous time.

“I hope he realises just how much he is loved by us and by everyone who knows him.

Warrington Guardian:

“The whole of Warrington and beyond is supporting us and searching and praying he’s safe.

“We are praying he’s just going to walk through our door and we can give him a massive hug.”

Warrington Guardian:

Searches along the Mersey and in areas such as Victoria Park, including the use of sonar technology and drones, have so far proved fruitless.

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

Warrington Guardian:

He was wearing a white t-shirt and grey jogging bottoms at the time of his disappearance.

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