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The family of missing man Jamie Moreno are appealing for information as they face a second Christmas without him.
Jamie left his home in the Roath, Cardiff around lunchtime on Monday 23 March 2020 and was last seen by a friend in Llanedeyrn later that afternoon.
South Wales Police Missing Persons Investigator Pc Andy Ryan said:
“This is particularly difficult time for Jamie’s family who have never given up hope finding him.
“Like us, they continue to appeal for information and earlier this week we visiting pubs and restaurants in Llanedeyrn, Pentwyn and Pontprennau raising awareness and display posters appealing for information.”
It is believed Jamie left his home in The Parade sometime after 1.15pm and was seen by a friend at about 2.45pm later that day on Llanedeyrn Road.
CCTV from a nearby school confirms this as the last sighting of him.
Jamie took his phone and wallet with him, but his bank cards haven’t been used since that day which is a cause for concern.
Jamie is approximately 5ft 9 and usually wears a beanie hat.
He may also have had a beard at the time he went missing.
His family say he has a distinctive walk that would be recognised by those who knew him.
If you have seen Jamie, or if you know where he is, please contact us quoting ref: 2000102586
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