A vulnerable 60-year-old man who went missing without money, medication or his phone has still not been found. 

Roy Morris, from Grove Hill in Chalfont St Peter, was last seen leaving his house at around 6.45pm on Sunday, May 26. 

His anxious family have ramped up the search for Roy by launching a Facebook page to raise awareness. 

Police helicopter crews have also joined the search, with NPAS based at Benson, Oxfordshire, saying the team had been up 'a couple of times' already.

In a post shared this morning, they said Roy is "very vulnerable and is no danger to anybody but himself".

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They added: "If you see him, please say hello and let him know his daughter Ruby and partner Janice are looking for him, and call 999 and quote police ref number 1114-26/05/19.

"Please stay with him until Janice or the police arrive. Do not let him leave you.

"He is likely to be in a distressed state, but might engage in conversation if you ask about his daughter's graduation this month."

He left on foot from Chalfont St Peter but his family believe he could be anywhere in Chalfont St Peter, Gerrards Cross, Chalfont St Giles, Beaconsfield, Denham, Seer Green, Layters, Uxbridge, Ruislip, High Wycombe or surrounding areas. 

Search efforts are being concentrated in woodland areas and a search and rescue operation has been set up at the Chalfont leisure centre car park - but kind offers of help from members of the public have "overwhelmed" the team and Roy's family are urging those who wish to help not to go there. 

Roy is described as a white man, around 6ft tall with a slim build. He has a shaved head, is clean shaven and has green/brown eyes.

He was last seen wearing camo shorts and a black t-shirt.

He is known to frequent the River Misbourne walk, White Hart Pub, Chalfont, The Plough at Cadsden and local rural/woodland areas.

Investigating officer, Inspector Gemma Price, based at Amersham police station, said: “We are continuing to conduct enquiries into the whereabouts of Roy and there may be an increased police presence as searches are ongoing.

“We are also continuing to appeal for the public’s help in locating him. I would particularly like to ask local residents to check any gardens, sheds or garages.

“If anyone believes they may have seen Roy, or someone matching his description, please contact police as soon as possible.”

Anyone with information about Roy’s whereabouts should call 101, quoting URN 1114 (26/5).

Visit the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/FindRoyMorris to find out how you can help.