POLICE have increased their appeal to find missing Hampshire man Richard Morris, as joggers and drivers in Alton are urged to come forward

The 52-year-old, who hosted the Duke of Sussex during a tour of Nepal, was last seen on the morning of May 8, after leaving to go running from his home in Bentley near Farnham.

He was seen running along Islington Road in Alton at around 10.50am, and hasn't been seen since.

Now officers are urging anyone who was jogging in the Hollybourne area of Alton between 12pm and 1pm on May 6 to get in touch.

They would also like to speak to anyone who was driving between Holybourne and Binsted on the same day between the same times, to look at any dash cam footage they have.

Richard is described as being white, around 6ft tall, with greying hair and a beard and he also has a distinctive birth mark on his face.

He was last seen wearing a blue long sleeved top with a half zip, black shorts, and blue trainers.

Chief Inspector Alex Reading said: "We are again appealing for any new information that may help us locate Richard.

"We are very grateful for the support and information we have already received from the public in this investigation so far, please get in touch if you have anything that could assist us further.

“We are continuing to keep Richard’s family updated and support them at this difficult time.”

If you can help with the investigation, phone 101 and quote the reference number 44200160398.