Missing dad-of-one, 23, vanishes after changing his car's tyre two weeks ago as cops find his phone abandoned

A MISSING dad-of-one vanished after changing a tyre two weeks ago as cops find his phone and car abandoned.

Jame Grimwood, 23, was last seen at 7.42pm on August 23 at a garage in Flint, North Wales.

Mystery is now surrounding his disappearance after cops discovered his dark grey Audi with his phone inside.

Jamie's desperate parents have now issued a plea for information and say it is "out of character" for him to vanish.

They believe he stopped to change a tyre and hope anyone who saw him may know where he was headed.

CCTV also showed Jamie was captured on CCTV earlier in the day using his bank card to buy a bottle of water.

To add to the riddle, the dad's card hasn't been used since with police and his family becoming increasingly concerned.

A Facebook page, “Finding Jamie Grimwood”, has now been set up describing him as a "kind, caring, amazing person".

His aunt Kimberley Johnson said: "Jamie Grimwood has been missing since the 23rd of August in Flint, Wales. Last seen at 19:42pm near ATS.

"We urgently need all the help we can get to bring him home to his family where he belongs, we all miss him so so much and we really need everyone's help."

The group is urging people in the area to check doorbell and dashcam footage.

It added: "We have been out searching day and night to find jamie and bring him home safe.

"We have had an amazing turn out from family and friends and also the public who have helped us look for him, any and all help is greatly appreciated. Thank you."

North Wales Police say Jamie is 5ft 9ins tall and of a slim build. He was last seen wearing a black jacket, black t-shirt, black shirts and black trainers.

A spokesperson said: "We are appealing for information from anyone who was driving in the vicinity of the coast road through Connah’s Quay and Flint on the 23rd August who may have seen Jamie, or his grey Audi A3, and may have captured dashcam footage.

"If you have any information, please contact us quoting iTrace reference 39334."

 

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