West Midlands Police are concerned for the welfare of a missing Rednal man who went missing in Birmingham City Centre yesterday.
Malcolm Garnett-Frizelle, 61, wandered off while visiting the German Christmas market in Birmingham city centre with family on Sunday afternoon. His family were unable to locate him and he has not returned home since. He was last seen at around 10.30am in Victoria Square.
Malcolm suffers from dementia and depression and police are keen to ensure he is safe and well. Malcolm wears two hearing aids and his speech may be slurred and difficult to understand. He walks quite slowly.
He is described as 5′ 4″ tall, of stocky build with grey hair and brown eyes.
He was last seen wearing tan lace up shoes, dark grey jogging bottoms, navy blue polo shirt and a navy blue fleece with light blue collar.
Sergeant Andrew Hodgetts, from Birmingham Police, said: “This is completely out of character for Malcolm − he hasn’t been missing before and his family and friends are very worried about him.
“Birmingham city centre would have been very busy yesterday and somebody may remember seeing him then or since.
“If you think you have any information about where he might be, please come forward and contact us as soon as you can.
“I would also appeal directly to Malcolm to call and let us know he is safe.”
If you have seen Malcolm, yesterday or today, or have any information, please call West Midlands Police on 101 or the Missing People charity on 116 000