CHRISTMAS revellers were today urged - help us find our missing dad.
The family of Bradley pensioner Bernard Hallas are appealing for people enjoying Christmas parties to help them find the missing 84-year-old..
They believe people enjoying festive celebrations kin Huddersfield town centre on December 18 may have seen Mr Hallas and not realised he needed help.
Mr Hallas has not been seen since that night, despite a massive police search and efforts by his large family to find him.
His daughter, Mrs Andrea Gill, said: "We think he was walking down High Street and Ramsden Street from the bus station and hope someone has seen him.
"There were lots of people out and about enjoying Christmas parties and perhaps someone may have spotted him and not realised the significance.
"We would urge anyone who thinks they may have seen my dad to get in touch with the police. He seems to have disappeared off the planet - and that's not possible".
Mrs Gill said her father had been confined to his home since a fall earlier this month but had previously enjoyed getting out and about.
He was a regular on the bus to Meltham to visit his other daughter, Elaine, and Mrs Gill thinks that could explain some of the confusion.
"We believe he probably saw the bus sign for Dirker, which is in Marsden, and got confused with Durker Roods in Meltham. He obviously realised his mistake when the bus reached Marsden and came back to town but then vanished.
"We need people to help us find him".
Mr Hallas, a former plumber, is white, around 5ft 5in tall and has wispy grey hair. Call Kirklees Police on 999 if you see Mr Hallas.