Bucks celebrity Robert Lindsay has offered a message of support to the anxious family of a vulnerable missing man. 

Sixty-year-old Roy Morris went missing from his home in Grove Hill, Chalfont St Peter, on Sunday, May 26. 

Police, his family and the community have rallied to help find him - and they have also had the backing of actor Robert Lindsay. 

The My Family and Hornblower star, from Denham, sent a message of support to Roy's daughter Ruby on Twitter, saying: "The whole community is with you". 

Ruby says they are still looking for Roy and thanked all well-wishers and those who have helped the search mission for their support, adding: "With everyone's help, we will find him soon". 

Fact file:

Name: Roy Morris 

Age: 60

Missing from: Grove Hill, Chalfont St Peter - he left on foot at 6.45pm 

Last seen wearing: Black t-shirt, camo shorts and Adidas trainers

Description: White, around 6ft tall with a slim build. He has a shaved head, is clean shaven and has green/brown eyes.

Could be: Anywhere he can reach on foot - possibly Chalfont St Peter, Gerrards Cross, Chalfont St Giles, Beaconsfield, Denham, Seer Green, Layters, Uxbridge, Ruislip, High Wycombe or surrounding areas. 

What to do if you see Roy: If you see Roy, call 999 quoting reference 1114-260519. 

Below are ways Roy's family have suggested members of the public can help: 

  • Change your Facebook profile picture to the picture below: 

Bucks Free Press:

  • Share this story or this Facebook post to your timeline - www.facebook.com/rubykatmorris/posts/2588665207812671
  • Talk about Roy to anybody you meet, and show them his photograph
  • Help distribute flyers and posters
  • Check house CCTV and dashcam or GoPro footage from vehicles and bikes
  • Check outbuildings and sheds