Wife of missing Jason Hook issues appeal
The wife of missing Coalway man Jason Hook has appealed for him to make contact with his family or police.
Jason has not been seen since leaving his work van in the Asda car park in Bruton Way in Gloucester at about 11am on Tuesday August 14.
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Beverley Hook, 35, said: "I just want him to let someone know he's okay – just somebody, it doesn't have to be me.
"I don't know where he's gone – he could have caught a coach. We used to visit the Lake District so I'm hoping he might be there.
"I've been overwhelmed by the support from people. Everyone is really rooting for him.
"Jason is so friendly and chatty and gets on with everybody. He's a wonderful person. He's happy and chilled most of the time.
"If you've seen Jason anywhere or spoken to him at a bus station or on a bus or coach please come forward."
Police are continuing to speak to Jason's contacts from across the county and beyond to trace him and are also gathering local CCTV and making telephony inquiries as part of the investigation.
Officers have released an image of Jason entering Asda in Gloucester on Tuesday morning to try and jog people's memories.
Inspector Neil Smith said: "We're doing everything we can to find Jason and would just urge everyone to look at his photo and think back over the last couple of days.
"If you believe you may have seen him call us – no one is in trouble, we just want to give his family peace of mind as soon as possible."
Jason is white, around 5ft 11ins tall, of medium build and bald. When he was last seen he was wearing a blue and white short sleeved shirt and three-quarter length shorts.
Anyone who sees Jason should call 101 or 999 if appropriate and quote incident 441 of August 14.
Alternatively, you can also give information anonymously on 0800 555 111, or via www.crimestoppers-uk.org.