The car of Anthony Haley, a missing man from St Austell, was found by police

Search and rescue teams have found the work car of a missing St Austell man they had been looking for for days.

As reported in The Packet last week, Police in Devon and Cornwall are increasingly concerned for the welfare of Anthony Haley, 42, missing in the St Austell area.

Anthony was last seen around 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, September 22.

In an update posted to its social media channel, the East Cornwall Search and Rescue Team said: “Over the past two days we have been involved in a major search with Devon Police and Cornwall in the St Austell area in search of high risk missing person 42 year old male – Anthony Haley.

Volunteers have been looking for Anthony since he was reported missing last Wednesday. Photo: East Cornwall Search and Rescue Team.

“His work vehicle was located on Wednesday and St Austell Police carried out an initial search and contacted the team for assistance.

“This included searches of large, rugged woodlands and the Pentewan Valley countryside that continued throughout Thursday and into the evening, then all Friday.

The St Austell and Mevagissey Coast Guard teams, the National Police Air Service HQ Police Helicopter and Mountain Rescue Search Dogs England have all been involved in efforts to locate him in coastal and inland areas. .

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“Police investigations are continuing and our volunteers will be involved in further searches throughout the weekend.

“Anyone with information or potential observations should contact the police citing newspaper 622 of 9/22/21.

“From emergency service vehicles to the motorhome on Wednesdays, as well as searches throughout the evening and night.

“In case of emergency dial 999 and ask Devon and Cornwall Police for mountain rescue.”

Falmouth Package: Anyone who sees Anthony and anyone with information about his whereabouts is urged to contact police on 999 citing log 622 9/22/21.Anyone who sees Anthony and anyone with information about his whereabouts is urged to contact police on 999 citing newspaper 622 9/22/21.

Police described Anthony as a white man with a stocky build and about 6 feet tall.

He has facial hair and tattoos on his arms and hands.

Police also said Anthony would wear black pants and a blue t-shirt.

East Cornwall SRT provides inland search and rescue service for lost, missing and injured people across East Cornwall and beyond as needed.

It is 100% voluntary and relies on public support to keep the service operational.

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