The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) tonight renewed its appeal for the public’s assistance in locating 71-year-old Robert Douglas, as concern mounts for his wellbeing since he went missing just over two weeks ago.

This case is now “a matter of priority to the BPS”, as officers continue to search extensively “in areas of reported sightings”, including “areas of parks, trails and nature reserves near his residence”.

A police spokesman said: “The My Lord’s Bay Lane Hamilton Parish resident was last seen at around 4pm on Tuesday, March 24, near his home.

“He is described as being between 6’ 2” and 6’ 3” tall, of slim build and dark complexion.

“When last seen he was wearing a faded blue hat, blue sweat top with a dark long sleeve shirt underneath, black long sweatpants, long red socks and black sneakers with a white trim.

“Mr Douglas usually walks between his residence and the Crawl Hill Esso service station and the Shelly Bay Market Place.

“There have been several reported sightings of Mr. Douglas by members of the public,” he said.

“Officers have been conducting extensive searches in areas of reported sightings as well in the areas of parks trails and nature reserves near his residence.

“Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Robert Douglas, is asked to contact the main police number, 247-1624.

“We would also ask, that if you come into contact with Mr. Douglas, please remain with him until the arrival of police.”