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Search resumes for missing James

 
Created on 27/07/2017 @ 10:49
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The search resumes today for James Corfield who has been missing since Monday night in Builth Wells.

James, from Montgomery, has been missing since he was last seen at the White Horse pub in Builth Wells while attending the Royal Welsh Show at Llanelwedd.

His family yesterday issued a heartfelt plea for help in finding him while thanking those who had being helping search for him.

His aunt, Gill Corfield, provided a family statement with Dyfed Powys Police at Builth yesterday afternoon.

Large numbers of friends, family and complete strangers have helped search the show ground and adjoining area for James. Many have travelled from Montgomery, Newtown and Welshpool to assist.Concern is mounting for James, a cricketer and young farmer, who was seen late on Monday at the Builth Wells pub where he had gone with friends.

He had been due to meet his family on the show ground on Tuesday but failed to turn up, which was when the family raised the alarm and appealed for information via social media.

A police helicopter has been searching the area and Brecon Beacons Mountain Rescue was also brought in on Tuesday night to help the search, including the River Wye which runs through Builth and past the show ground and Young People's Village in Llanelwedd.

Anyone with information or who might have seen James is asked to call Dyfed Powys Police on 101.

Photo: Gill Corfield, James' aunt, issues a plea for help in finding her nephew (courtesy of BBC Wales) who is pictured.

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