Roy Clarke failed to show up at his hotel four days ago and South Wales Police are appealing for information from anyone who may have seen him or know where he is
Police in Wales are asking for help locating a Cardiff motorcyclist who went missing while on holiday in Spain.
Pensioner Roy Davies Clarke was out and about in a northern part of the country but has not been seen since Monday (May 30).
The 78-year-old, from Heath, was traveling with a friend when he got separated en route to Yesa, near Pamplona, on Monday night and failed to arrive at his hotel.
He is described as about 5ft 10 inches tall, slim and with a round stomach.
He is bald with gray hair on the sides and is usually clean-shaven.
He wears a gold ring on his little finger and a Tissot wristwatch.
His motorcycle is a gray Yamaha XJ 6F Diversion, registration number LC14UDJ.
South Wales Police have issued a call for information in the hope someone in Wales may have heard of him.
A spokeswoman said: “We are very concerned for Roy’s wellbeing and want to hear from anyone who may have seen him or knows his whereabouts.”
Anyone with information should call police on 101 or leave https://orlo.uk/iAmI9.
Located in the middle of the Navarra region, Pamplona is set in a rounded valley connecting the mountainous north with the Ebro Valley and is a popular area with bikers.
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