Wife of missing Ascot man Brian Hynard makes appeal

Brian Hynard
Image caption Brian Hynard's wife Stephanie says he is a loving husband

The wife of a missing Berkshire man has said he may be very ill and need help.

Brian Hynard, 58, left his home in Sunninghill, Ascot, on Tuesday without his passport or credit cards.

His wife Stephanie said he had taken his silver Honda CRV 4x4, but his "extensive medication" to alleviate "acute spinal pain" would have run out.

She said the medication resulted in Mr Hynard suffering from serious depression, loss of memory and disorientation.

Mrs Hynard said: "I need to know where he is. He has made no contact since he left home and I am very worried about him.

"His medication would have run out by now, and he would be in even greater pain.

"We enjoyed walking and loved the Pennines and the Lake District, but more recently we have only been able to walk locally at Box Hill, Windsor Great Park and the New Forest.

Visit to friend

"Brian may be very ill and need help. He is a loving husband and would not harm anyone."

The registration of his vehicle is W67 XAN.

Mr Hynard was last seen leaving his family home in Fox Covert Close, Sunninghill, to visit a friend in Leatherhead, Surrey.

However, he did not arrive and has not been seen since, police said.

He is described as white, 6ft 2in, of medium build, with short grey hair and wears glasses.

When he was last seen he was wearing a black coat and walking boots.

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