PM vows to help search for missing Arthur Jones


Staff reporter (Denbighshire Free)

THE Prime Minister, David Cameron, has promised to vowed to do all he can to find missing Denbigh man, Arthur Jones.


Mr Cameron was responding to a question at Prime Minister's questions from Vale of Clwyd MP, Chris Ruane.



Meanwhile North Wales Police are assisting the appeal for help in tracing a 73 year old man from the Denbigh area who is currently missing from Crete, Greece.


Robert Arthur Jones began his holiday in Crete on 17th June 2014


Since 18th June Arthur has failed to make contact with his family and friends.


Arthur is 5’6 tall,  medium build with short grey hair and a grey moustache. Arthur is a former soldier and keen walker. 


Detective Sergeant Haydn Williams of North Wales Police at St Asaph said “ North Wales Police are assisting Crete Police with their search.   Arthur is keen walker and could be anywhere in Crete.   The Crete Police and Arthurs family have become increasingly concerned for Arthur’s welfare.  


“I’m hoping our appeal will be seen by holiday makers or other travelers who visited the Island between 17th and 24thJune and who may have information about his whereabouts to contact us and we can pass onto local Police.  I’d also appeal to anyone who is planning to visit Crete in the near future to consider the plight of Arthur’s family and report any sightings or information to local Police on the Island.”  


“Arthurs family are being supported by North Wales Police and I’m sure they will be very grateful for any assistance the public are able to provide”

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