Last known movements of missing York man caught on CCTV

24 Oct 2014 @ 4.55 pm
| News

Police have issued stills from CCTV footage of the last known movements of missing York man Clive Nicholson in the hope that they may jog people’s memories.

The images show what officers believe is Mr Nicholson’s blue Ford Mondeo arriving near to the Elmwood Farm pub in Beighton, Sheffield.

He parks the car on the road, gets out of the car and walks towards his place of work on Old Colliery Way.

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CCTV footage shows what is thought to be Mr Nicholson’s car
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It turns and brakes
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The car is parked before the driver gets out

Police are extremely concerned for his welfare and are appealing to anyone who may have seen him in the Beighton or Sheffield area since last Sunday.

The images were taken at around 8am on Sunday, October 19. Mr Nicholson, 57, from Dunnington, has not been seen or heard from since.

clive-nicholsonTo support the appeal, officers will be at the location in Beighton near Sheffield on Sunday (October 26) at around 7.15am, one week on from when Mr Nicholson was last seen.

They will speak to passers-by and hand out leaflets appealing for information.

Police have also teamed up with the Missing People charity who have distributed posters in the Sheffield area. They will feature Clive’s disappearance at an appeal day in the city on Saturday (October 25).

Mr Nicholson is described as white, of medium build, 5ft 9in tall, with short greying hair, blue eyes and he wears glasses.

He is believed to be wearing a cable-knit grey jumper, white polo t-shirt, dark blue jeans and black shoes.

He may also be wearing a waist-length grey hooded jacket.

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Missing: Clive Nicholson
“Mr Nicholson’s family are devastated at his disappearance and desperately want to find him,” said Inspector Ian Pope of North Yorkshire Police.

“I urge members of the public who believe they may have seen him to contact the police without delay.

“Better still, if Mr Nicholson sees or hears our appeal, we urge you to make contact with your family, friends or the police and let us know that you are safe.”

Anyone with anyone information that can help the search for Mr Nicholson is asked to pass information to their local police on 101.