A MAP marking the last known movements of a missing Middlesbrough man has been released by police a month after he was last seen.

Wayne Newton disappeared on Sunday, October 25, after leaving his home address in Hemlington.

Cleveland Police has CCTV showing the 41-year-old at Low Lane, High Leven, at 4.20pm as well as images showing him walking past a number of addresses on the way.

Detective Superintendent Helen Barker said: “Wayne was last seen on October 25 and today is November 25 – it is wholly out of character for him to not be in contact with his family for this length of time. He has a loving family and spoke to his mum most days.

“We have a team determined to find Wayne for his family who are facing the anguish of not knowing where he is.

“Wayne didn’t have a coat, a phone or money or the medication he takes regularly for epilepsy.

“We’d appeal once again for anyone with any information, no matter how small it may seem, to contact police.

“We’re also asking people to check CCTV from their home or business and to review dashcam footage for images of Wayne.”

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Mr Newton was wearing a dark coloured hoodie with the word ‘Polo’ in white on the back and no coat. He was wearing jeans and trainers. He is described as white with short brown hair and blue eyes. He is around 6 foot tall.

Detectives are sharing this map in the hope that it will help anyone who has not yet come forward to recognise if they may have seen Wayne as he made his way from Hemlington to High Leven.

Specialist search teams have been retracing Wayne’s steps and carrying out detailed searches in the areas where Wayne was sighted.

Members of the public have been asked to assist by checking their garages or any outbuildings.

Anyone with any information is urged to call police on 101.