POLICE are still searching for missing man Neil Bryson a week after he disappeared.
Mr Bryson, 50, was last seen at his family home in Wadman Road, Scholes, at 6.30am last Tuesday. He was wearing a suit and tie and a brown Barbour-style coat.
A police spokesman confirmed that the search for Mr Bryson was "ongoing."
They began searching the picturesque Yatehome area above Holme village following the discovery of his car in the nearby Ramsden car park.
They mounted a full-scale hunt involving a police helicopter and later called in search and rescue volunteers with dogs to search wooded areas after darkness fell.
Last Thursday, expert divers also carried out an underwater search at Yateholme Reservoir.
Mr Bryson, 50, is a married father of two boys. He used to work at St Luke’s hospital and works in a managerial role involved with dementia in Bradford.
Nicola Lees, Deputy Chief Executive of the Bradford NHS Care Trust, said: "Neil is the Bradford East Locality Service Manager, for Bradford District Care Trust.
"His disappearance is of great concern to all who know and work with him.
"We are doing everything possible to assist the police in their efforts to locate him and we are in regular contact with his family.
"If anyone has information about Neil’s disappearance please call the police on 101."
He is described as white, around 6ft, slim and bald on top with black, greying hair around the side.
Anyone who sees him is asked to contact police on the 101 number.