New CCTV pictures have been launched within the seek for a lacking Sunderland man.
Searches have been ongoing for the reason that early hours of Sunday (Might 23) when 37-year-old Ky Parker was reported lacking by his household.
Ky was final seen leaving an deal with within the Bede Road space of town at round 1am on that day.
He’s described as a white male, 5’9 of slim construct with quick brown hair and stubble. Ky is believed to be carrying denims and a leather-based jacket. He additionally has a distinctive tattoo on his hand of the TARDIS police cellphone field from Physician Who.
A workforce of officers has been finishing up a variety of enquiries ever since Ky was reported lacking in a bid to trace his actions and find him.
Enquiries have since led police to ascertain his doubtless route on the morning in query – with a person matching his description seen strolling alongside the riverside path that goes previous the Nationwide Glass Centre in the direction of the Wearmouth Bridge between 1.30am and a pair of.30am.
Police at the moment are focusing their search round that location – and have urged anyone who was out strolling between these instances in that space on Sunday morning in that space to come back ahead.
Inspector Louise Mcclennan, of Northumbria Police, stated: “It’s at all times an terrible time for any household when a beloved one goes lacking from dwelling and we’re persevering with to work with them to find Ky protected and nicely.
“We appealed earlier within the week for anybody with details about Ky’s whereabouts to get in contact however sadly he has nonetheless not been situated.
“We now have trawled by hours of CCTV footage to trace his actions and imagine we have now now recognized a person who matches his description strolling alongside the coastal path on Sunday morning between the Glass Centre and the Wearmouth Bridge.
“We’re persevering with to hold out enquiries in and round that location. Our devoted Marine Unit are additionally finishing up water searches alongside the River Put on within the occasion that he could have come to hurt.
“We want to thank Ky’s household and the general public who’ve supported our search all through this week and helped to unfold the phrase far and extensive on social media. We’re persevering with to make use of each tactic at our disposal in a bid to find him.
“Discovering Kyle stays a precedence and we’ll do all we are able to to hopefully convey this search to a constructive decision.”
Anybody with info is requested to contact Northumbria Police.