SEARCHES are continuing to find a man from Bournemouth last seen two days ago.

Darren Miller, 51, was last seen at around 7.40am in Nutley Way on Monday, May 16, when he left the area “unexpectedly”.

Police received a report raising concern for his welfare at around 2pm the same day.

Enquiries and searches are continuing in a bid to locate Darren and officers have been assisted by Dorset Search and Rescue (DorSAR).

Police have urged residents in the area of Nutley Way to check their bins, sheds and outbuildings for any information that may assist police in their ongoing search.

Darren is described as white, five feet seven inches tall and of medium build with stubble and black or grey shaved hair. He has ‘love’ and ‘hate’ tattoos on his knuckles and usually walks with a crutch.

Chief Inspector Claire Phillips, of Dorset Police, said: “We are continuing to carry out numerous enquiries to locate Darren as he has not been seen or heard from since the morning of Monday 16 May 2022.

“I would like to renew my appeal for anyone who has seen Darren, or a man matching the description given, to please get in touch.

“Also, I am appealing to residents in the vicinity of Nutley Way to please check their bins, sheds or outbuildings for any information that may provide us with information as to Darren’s whereabouts.

Chief Inspector Phillips added: “Finally, I would like to reiterate my message to Darren directly, if you see this appeal please can you contact us or your family as we all want to ensure you are OK.”

Anyone with information or knowledge as to Darren’s whereabouts can contact Dorset Police at, via email or by calling 101, quoting occurrence number 55220077644.