Wales

George Fox, 37, absconds from Aderyn hospital near Abergavenny

George Fox
Image caption George Fox has tattoos, including the name Kayleigh on his neck

Police are trying to find a patient who has absconded from a rehabilitation hospital in Monmouthshire.

George Fox, 37, reported missing from Aderyn in Goytre on Thursday, is known to have links in Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Swansea.

Police say he poses no risk to the public but may become erratic while out of a controlled environment.

Anyone who sees Mr Fox is advised not to approach him but to call police immediately on 101.

Mr Fox is 6ft 2in tall, of slight build, with short black/grey hair, brown eyes, and a fair complexion.

He has many tattoos on his arms and neck, with the name Kayleigh on his neck. He has a Welsh accent.

He was last known to be wearing a black top, black/grey jeans, and jewellery around his neck.

Aderyn provides treatment for men with mental disorders, and is connected to the nearby Llanarth Court Hospital near Abergavenny.

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