Local police have renewed their appeal for Jai, who is missing from the Pembroke Dock area, with two new images – the CCTV image was taken the day he went missing.

Officers are continuing to search for Jai, who is missing in the Pembroke Dock area, with concern for his welfare increasing.

Jai, who is 40, and described as being 5ft 8ins, bald, slim, and is believed to be wearing grey work trousers with a number of black pockets and a grey Superdry hoodie.

Officers launched a search for Jai in the area around Hobbs Point on Monday morning following a sighting of him.

Those searches are continuing and include the marine unit, with its specialist sonar device and police search adviser (POLSA), as well as officers continuing with missing person enquiries.

Since Monday morning, police officers have carried out extensive searches using the force’s specialist search team, marine unit, drones, dog unit, which have worked with South Wales Police’s dive team and Coastguard to try and find Jai.

Police are appealing for people not to put themselves in danger, particularly near the River Cleddau, if they are attempting to look for Jai.

Have you seen Jai, who driving a silver Honda Civic, or do you have info that might help us find him? Please, let Dyfed-Powys Police know: 

📞 | 101

 Quote reference: DP-20230320-296.

If you are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech impaired text the non-emergency number on 07811 311 908.