Appeal to man who wrote letter to police in missing person investigation

Jordan Moray

Officers continuing to investigate the disappearance of Jordan Moray are appealing to a man named Kevin Humphreys to get in touch.

Kevin recently wrote to South Wales Police and provided some information which officers believe may help their ongoing investigation.

Attempts to identify Mr Humphreys have so far proved negative, so it’s hoped that a public appeal will encourage him to get in touch once again.

Jordan Moray has now been missing for over three months.

Detective Inspector Dai Cole, who is investigating Jordan’s disappearance, said: “Hopefully, Mr Humphreys, or somebody who knows him, will see this appeal and make contact.

“In his letter, he provided information which could be significant without him realising it.

“Jordan’s disappearance is a mystery and any new leads which may help us understand where he is at this time will be helpful.”

Jordan was reported missing on August 2nd by his family, having last been seen by them on July 24th.

The alarm was raised after concerned relatives visited his flat to find it unsecure with a gaming machine left on and his door unsecure. His phone was also left at the address.

A friend of Jordan’s reported seeing him on July 29th in Bro Deg, Cwmbach.

Extensive searches have been carried out in the area, but Jordan is known to enjoy spending time in the outdoors, and the potential search parameters are expansive and challenging.

DI Cole added: “We know Jordan enjoys walking in places such as Cwmbach, the wider Aberdare area and as far afield as Brecon. It is not unusual for Jordan to walk in excess of 20 miles a day, usually off the beaten track on mountain trails. With this in mind, I would like to direct my appeal to those who also enjoy the outdoors, who may share his enjoyment of the same things and places.”

Anyone with any information is asked to contact 101 and give reference *284205.

Alternatively they can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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