Police believe missing Fakenham pensioner Michael Warden could be in Yorkshire

Police believe a pensioner missing for more than a week could now be in the Yorkshire area.

Fakenham man Michael Warden, 71, was reported missing at about 1.20pm on Tuesday 13 March.

He is described as white, 5ft 10ins to 5ft 11ins tall, of average build, about 15 stone and is balding with a grey beard. He was wearing a green tweed cap and a white shirt with a chequered pattern, a waterproof green hunting jumper, mustard brown cords and brown boots.

Officers keen to speak to anyone with information relating to Mr Warden's whereabouts. They would also like to make a direct appeal to him to make contact so they know he is safe and well. Contact Fakenham Police Station on 101.

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