A RENEWED appeal for information has been launched – one year after a man went missing.
Gary Bryan was last seen leaving a friend’s house in Taddington at about 8.10pm on April 27 2010.
In the year since his disappearance, extensive inquiries have taken place to find Mr Bryan, including address checks and detailed searches around the Taddington area with the force helicopter.
As part of the ongoing missing person inquiry, police are re-visiting people who saw him in the days before his disappearance.
Mr Bryan, 39, of Derby, often went by the name of James Swift.
He is white and about 5ft 11ins tall with blue eyes and greying hair. He is of slim build.
Chief Inspector Tim Frohwein said: “It’s been a year since we have had any reported sightings of Mr Bryan and we are concerned for his safety.”