Police are continuing to appeal for help in tracing a missing Kidderminster man, who was last seen wearing a ‘distinctive white coat’.
Amit Singh, 25, has been missing for five weeks and hasn’t been seen by his family or friends since.
The last sighting of him is believed to be at around 5.35pm on January 31, at Birmingham’s Moor Street Station, where he was seen getting off a train.
Amit is described as Asian, around 6ft tall and of a medium build. He is believed to be wearing a distinctive long white coat with a black fur-lined hood, black jeans and orange trainers. He also wears an earring.
He is believed to have connections to Wolverhampton, Tamworth in Staffordshire and the Edgbaston area of Birmingham.
Detective Constable Emma Chivers, from Kidderminster Police, said: “It has now been over five weeks since Amit was last seen, and we remain very concerned for his welfare.
“We would continue to ask anyone who has seen Amit or a man matching his description to please come forward.”
Anyone with information of Amit’s whereabouts or has seen someone matching his description, is asked to call West Mercia Police on 101, quoting incident number 566S of January 31.