POLICE have issued a brand new appeal to assist resolve the thriller disappearance three months in the past of a Somerset man.
Officers are desperate to hint Lawrence Kemp, from Glastonbury, who was reported lacking on Monday evening, August 3.
They are saying they continue to be involved for his welfare.
He left dwelling with out his pockets, financial institution playing cards, money, bike or van.
He hasn’t been in contact with members of the family since two days earlier than his disappearance and hasn’t been into work, which is out of character.
Lawrence is 32-years-old, white, about 170cm (5ft 8ins) tall and slim with a shaven head and a bushy brown beard.
He has a tattoo on his proper forearm that claims ‘Worry kills happiness’, and a tongue piercing.
When final seen he was sporting a shiny blue checked shirt with a lighter blue T-shirt beneath.
The final confirmed sighting of him is within the early hours of Sunday, August 2 in Benedict Avenue, Glastonbury.
Specialist police groups have carried out searches in and round Glastonbury, supported by canine handlers and a drone operator, however have discovered no hint.
Final month his household issued a press release saying: “Lawrence’s disappearance is extremely out of character.
“As a household we’re past apprehensive, and are determined to know if he’s protected and effectively.
“He’s a much-loved son, brother, uncle and brother-in-law, who we’re all used to seeing a minimum of weekly.
“Lawrence’s nephews and nieces are involved and struggling to grasp why and the place he has gone, they miss him terribly.
“Please if anybody is aware of something inform the police or Lacking Folks charity.”
Lawrence or anybody who is aware of his whereabouts is requested to name his household or police on 101.
If the place Lawrence is now, name 999 quoting reference 5220174041, or ring 101 with some other info.