CCTV footage of a missing man from Bury has been released by Greater Manchester Police officers.
Steven Dyson, 22, was last seen at 9am on Monday 1st January leaving a New Year’s Eve Party on St. Andrew’s Close in Ramsbottom.
The CCTV shows Steven on the day he was last seen at Longsight service station around 4am and then later that morning using a cash machine on Bridge Street at 6am.
Steven is white, around 5ft 11inches tall, of a slim build, with short, dark hair that is longer on the top. It’s believed he’s wearing a leather jacket with a grey top, black skinny jeans and grey boots.
Detective Inspector Vicky Shaw, of GMP’s Bury Borough, said: “It’s been five days since Steven was last seen and his friends and family are worried sick.
“Searches will continue around the Nuttall Lane area, with officers being supported by the underwater search unit, NPAS and the dog unit to find Steven.
“We’ve had lots of help from people in searching for Steven so far and we’d ask for people in the area to please check your sheds and garages in case he’s seeking shelter.
“It is likely that he is still in need of medical attention, which is why it’s so important that we find Steven as soon as we can.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 0161 856 8157 or 101, quoting reference MP/18/0112464. Reports can also be made anonymously through the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.