Family appeal for information on missing dad
THE family of a man missing from home since Saturday has issued a heartfelt plea for information.
Gurdip Kang, 49, of Shaggy Calf Lane, in Slough was reported missing to police after he left his house in his car and did not tell his family where he was going.
Mr Kang's family is offering a reward to anyone with information that leads to him being found.
In a statement, the family said: "Gurdip, it has now been six days since you left us and we are all so worried about you. We are missing you so much and want you to come home and give us a hug or just call and let us know you are safe and well.
"Your wife Amarjit, and children Sam and Pam, are desperate to see you. Sam, 23, says it is too far to walk to the station in the mornings and Pam, 20, says she misses daddy's special cups of tea together.
"Amarjit misses you terribly and can't carry on without you and wants you back home as soon as possible so we can all be happy again.
"Please please come home or let someone know you are ok.
"We are sorry if we have ever taken you for granted. We are here for you and want you back home quickly."
Mr Kang wears a black turban and was last seen in a navy fleece jacket, with a white polo shirt and black trousers. He sometimes wears a baseball cap.
Mr Kang's car, a burgundy Astra, has been found in a car park along Windsor Road, near to the Jubilee River. Divers have since search the river.
Anyone with information should contact Thames Valley Police on 101.
To remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.