THE family of a “highly respected” surveyor are appealing for him to let them know he is safe.
A major air, sea and land search was launched over the weekend for Roger Wilyman, from Llanfair TH.
The 61-year-old, who works as a surveyor at Jones Peckover’s Denbigh office, was last seen leaving the Rhos Fynach Restaurant Bar, Rhos on Sea at approximately 8.15pm on Friday.
Concerned relatives raised the alarm late on Friday after he failed to return home. His car was later found at Trearddur Bay, Anglesey.
A statement from his family said: “Roger was last seen on Friday 8.15pm and we are all very concerned for his safety.
“We just want him to please contact us to let us know that he is okay.”
Police joined lifeboat crews, coastguards, helicopter crews and specialist dog handlers to search the area but he was not found.
Mr Wilyman has greying brown hair and, at the time he disappeared he was wearing a mid blue shirt with fine weave, dark blue chinos, green-brown sport jacket with a blue line running through it and brown lace up shoes.
Those who work with Mr Wilyman are also keen to see him return safely.
John Brereton, a partner at Jones Peckover, said Roger was “highly respected”.
“He is an extremely popular and professional man,” he said.
“He’s very well known in the locality and is highly regarded within the business.
We all are keeping optimistic and hoping we will have a happy conclusion.
Our thoughts are with his family and if anybody has any information that will be
helpful we will be grateful if they contact either the family, the police or ourselves. We remain very hopeful.”
Prior to working at Jones Peckover, which was formed in 1989, Mr Wilyman worked at Peckover Burrell and Owen
He has more than 30 years of experience as a rural practice surveyor in Wales.
Mr Wilyman is a member of the Lord Chancellor's Panel of Agricultural Arbitrators and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Police are urging anyone who might have seen someone fitting Mr Wilyman’s description to contact them as a matter of urgency.
Anyone with information should call North Wales Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800555111.