The family of a Cardiff man who has been missing from his Pentwyn home for almost a week have appealed for him to come home.
Father-of-two Gareth Arnold was reported missing from his home in Pentwyn on Thursday July 18, and has not been seen since.
Last week police found his Jaguar car in Wenallt, Rhiwbina – an area the 39-year-old is known to visit – and his younger sister Emma has now issued an appeal for him to come home.
She said: “Everyone is getting very concerned. I want him to know that whatever this is all about, he just needs to come home and we will get it sorted.
“Gareth knows a lot of people in London, Swansea, and Cardiff. He is normally quite bubbly and a happy-go-lucky type of person.
“Although he has been a solicitor for the last 10 years he is a very good singer and years ago he did a lot of cabaret singing in pubs and clubs. You would always hear him singing.”
Mr Arnold, who is a former Cardiff High School pupil, is described as white, around 5ft 6in tall with ginger hair. He was living in Morriston in Swansea until about 18 months at ago, before moving back to Cardiff.
Anyone who knows Mr Arnold’s whereabouts should contact South Wales Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.