A fresh appeal has been launched to find an elderly man who went missing from Maidenhead more than two years ago.

Michael Asher, 84, was last seen on March 31, 2017, when he got off the number 5 bus stop in Grenfell Place.

He went to Maidenhead railway station and took a train to Poole, and then travelled from Swanage to Bournemouth by bus later on the same day.

He has been described as white, slim and with grey, receding hair. When he was last see he was wearing a beige jacket, brown trousers, brown shoes and a cream baseball cap.

Investigating officer, Detective Constable Amanda Winterbourne said: “It has been more than two years since Michael Asher went missing.

“Our investigation to find Michael is still ongoing and today I am re-appealing to the public for their help in finding Michael.”

Anyone who may have seen Michael or knows of his whereabouts is being urged to contact police on 101 quoting reference 43170096477.