CCTV images issued in fresh appeal for missing Stafford man
Images have been released of a 'high risk missing person' on the last day he was seen.
Ken Konchalski, aged 52, was last seen on Christmas Eve in Stafford after he went missing from an address in Devon Way, Stafford.
Staffordshire Police have released the images from CCTV footage, where he can be seen at Bargain Booze in Burton Square, Stafford.
In the images that were published in a fresh appeal, he can be seen purchasing something at the till, zipping up his bag and walking away.
They have also asked local residents to check their gardens, outbuildings and sheds for anything which may have been discarded which could be connected to Mr Konchalski.
He is a white male that is 5ft 9in tall with a slim build and brown receding hair who regularly rides a bike.
He has an American accent and was last seen wearing a black and grey coat, with a red hoodie underneath and blue jeans with a black rucksack.
Staffordshire Police posted on Facebook: 'We’re issuing a fresh appeal for high risk missing person, Ken Konchalski following his disappearance on Christmas Eve.
'These newly released CCTV images of Ken were taken at Bargain Booze in Burton Square, Stafford on the day he was last seen.
'Since our original appeal, we have had possible sightings reported to us, but unfortunately Ken is still missing and we are very concerned for his safety and welfare.'
Anyone with information of his whereabouts has been asked to called police on 101 quoting incident 330 of 27 December.