POLICE have released an updated appeal to find a missing man - four months after he was first reported as missing.

Richard Dyson, 57, was last seen on November 17 and was reported missing on November 25 by his 19-year-old daughter, Bethany Dainty.

He was seen walking towards the A6135 Sheffield Road in Hoyland, close to Parkside Cottage near to where he had been staying.tSince then Bethany has not heard from her dad and spoke to the Chronicle last month about how she has become ‘increasingly worried’ about his welfare.

“I just want to know that he is alright,” said Bethany. “If he doesn’t want to come back that’s okay but I just want to know he is okay.

“I don’t know why he hasn’t come back. He didn’t take any clothes with him or any of his cars which he was really proud of so he must have been walking.

“Dad, I miss you and I want you to get in touch so we know you’re alright and we can try to help you. You’ve always been there for me so please get in touch so we can help you.”

Richard is described as about 5ft 10in tall with short grey hair and was last seen wearing a navy Kappa jacket with white stitching.

A police spokesperson said: “No piece of information is too small - if you’ve seen him, if you have heard from him or if there’s anything you know that might help us find him, please get in touch.”

If you have any information about Richard phone 101 quoting incident number 459 of November 25, 2019.