THE worried granddaughter of missing man Bernard Hallas has said that the internet could be key to his safe return.
Jordan Wisniedwski, 22, says the level of concern is still very high and Facebook may be important to raise awareness of the disappearance of Mr Hallas.
That’s why she has turned to social media in the desperate hunt for the 84-year-old Bradley man.
Mr Hallas has not been seen since he vanished in Huddersfield on December 18.
She said: “We have set up a Facebook page called Help Find Grandad, with information about my grandad and the CCTV footage of when he was last seen.
“It is important to let as many people as possible know about him going missing and for those who don’t buy the Examiner or watch TV news programmes like Look North, the internet is the best way.”
The level of concern for Bernard is still very high and the family has been helping the huge police search.
“The police have been helpful and have been in regular contact with my family.
“We are still very hopeful of my grandad’s return.
“It is worrying that he was ill when he went missing, with his dementia he can get very confused.”
Mr Hallas was seen on December 18 on a bus in Huddersfield bus station, wearing blue checked pyjamas and a sheepskin coat and a brown hat.
He had travelled to Marsden and back on the bus.
He was last seen on CCTV at around 11pm that night in Wakefield Road, Aspley, having walked down High Street and Ramsden Street.
He suffers from dementia and several medical conditions and had no medication on him when he went missing.
Mr Hallas is described as white, around 5ft 5ins tall, frail and with wispy grey hair.
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