The devastated family of a vulnerable man missing for more than two weeks have issued a plea for him to come home - saying: "Wherever you are, please know that we love you". 

Roy Morris, 60, left his home in Grove Hill, Chalfont St Peter, at around 6.45pm on Sunday, May 26 - and still has not been found. 

He does not have access to his medication, mobile phone or money. 

His family and friends have released a statement, urging Roy to come home. 

They said: "To our lovely dad, partner, brother, uncle, and friend, Roy: wherever you are, please know that we love you and only want you to come home safely.

"Nobody is angry with you, you aren't in trouble, and if you can ask somebody to call the police for you on 999, we will come and find you.”

Police have ramped up the search for Roy, with officers stationed at Bull Lane in Gerrards Cross yesterday evening (Sunday) urging people to check dashcam footage from the area if they were there on May 26. 


Roy is said to have a distinctive walk with his head thrust forward.

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

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

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

Speaking on June 9, investigating officer, Detective Inspector Nick Hind, said: “Roy Morris went missing two weeks ago today, on Sunday, May 26.

“Today officers will be conducting anniversary searches in and around Chalfont St Peter and Gerrards Cross.

“We would urge members of the public to check any dashcam, helmet, mobile phone or CCTV footage they have in and around the village on Sunday, May 26, to see if Roy is captured.

“If anyone has information about Roy’s whereabouts call 101, quoting reference number 1114 (26/5), or in an emergency dial 999.”

The Find Roy Morris Facebook page, set up by Roy's family, said it is looking "increasingly likely" that they will be organising some searches of local woodland areas in the coming days as "police-led ground searching begins to wind down". 

His family added: "We still haven't found Roy and it's so important that everyone keeps him in their minds.

"He is a vulnerable person who needs to be home with his family where he can be safe.

"If you have CCTV or dashcam from the 26th onwards please do check it. Your information could be what brings him home to us."