Missing man could have travelled to Portsmouth

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Police confirm identity of man who died in Fareham crash

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The family of man who went missing on the Isle of Wight have made a fresh appeal for help.

Michael Davies, 71, from Blaina in Wales was on holiday with his wife, visiting the island as part of a coach trip.

It is thought he could have passed through Portsmouth while trying to make his way home.

He went missing from a hotel in Sandown on May 26 and was seen on CCTV walking along Avenue Road at 1am of Wednesday, May 27.

Known as Mike to his family, he was last seen wearing jeans, a blue T-shirt, a blue Reebok jumper and a baseball cap.

Two of Mike’s grandaughters, Ellinor Trigg, 24, and Kelly Davies, 31, in statement said:

‘Everyone is thinking about you, we all miss you and want you to come home.

Michael or anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to contact the Isle of Wight Investigation team at Newport police station by phoning on 101.

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