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Woman sought in missing man case

Police want to speak to woman seen picking Jordan Moray up

Police searching for a missing South Wales man are calling for help to trace a woman who may be able to help them.

Officers say they are extremely concerned for 32 year-old Jordan Moray from Aberdare. 

He was reported missing on 2nd August after relatives found his flat unlocked, a gaming machine left on and his phone at home.

The woman is described as being in her 20s, with long dark hair, and was seen visiting Jordan at his home, picking him up and dropping him off in an old style Ford Fiesta

South Wales Police say Jordan had been seen getting in to the vehicle before being dropped back by the woman.

 They say they are keen to speak to the woman in the hope that she may hold some clues or information about his disappearance.

She is urged to come forward, as is anyone who thinks they may know who the woman is.

Jordan, 32, was reported missing on August 2  by his family, having last been seen by them on July 24. A friend then reported seeing him on July 29 in Bro Deg, Cwmbach.

A South Wales Police spokeswoman said:

"Police and Jordan’s loved ones are growing extremely concerned for his welfare and are urging anyone with information which could help the investigation, to come forward.

"Jordan is also urged to make contact.

"Numerous enquiries continue to be carried out in order to trace Jordan, and the public are thanked for continuing to contact police with reported sightings, which are all being followed up by the search team."

Anyone with any information is asked to contact 101, quoting occurrence 1900284205.

Crimestoppers can also be contacted 100% anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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