Police worried about a missing man who is feared to have a shotgun have now issued a photograph of his car in a fresh bid to trace him.
Garry Foster, aged 53, from Dudley, was last seen at 3pm on Sunday when he left his home on the Priory estate. His Mitsubishi Pajero was spotted driving through the Kidderminster area about 25 minutes later.
The blue and silver car, with distinctive yellow fog lights, has the registration L216 PTO.
West Midlands Police appealed to anyone seeing the vehicle or Mr Foster not to approach him as he is a registered firearm keeper who may be in possession of a licensed shotgun, but to contact officers.
As police continue the search for Mr Foster, they say one line of inquiry is that he may be living in remote areas of South Staffordshire, Worcestershire or Shropshire.
They have carried out house to house inquiries and are linking in with colleagues from Staffordshire and West Mercia as part of the investigation, as he is known to frequent countryside areas to the west of Wolverhampton, towards Bridgnorth and Kidderminster.
He also has links with Suckley, Alfrick, Clifton-upon-Teme in Worcestershire and Claverley. Superintendent Andy Parsons, from Dudley Police, said: “We are very concerned for Garry’s welfare.”