CONCERN is growing for an elderly man with Alzheimer's disease after he went missing on Saturday morning.

Police believe that Rizkallah Moussah was last seen on Saturday March 10 at 1.30pm.

He was last seen on Bagshot Road, Sunninghill, approximately one mile away from where he went missing.

He was reported missing on Saturday March 10 at 10.30am from his home on Rise Road, Sunningdale.

The 82-year-old can speak English and Arabic and he has short grey hair.

He is of a medium build, around 5ft 8ins tall and he was last seen wearing a number of shirts, one of which was red and blue striped.

He was also wearing blue jeans, green coloured sandals, glasses and hearing aids in both ears.

Investigating officer, inspector Chris Clayton-Brown said:  “We are growing increasingly concerned for Rizkallah's welfare, especially because he has Alzheimer's disease.

"We continue our searches however we would ask local residents to help us find Rizkallah by checking their properties, gardens, outbuildings and sheds.

“We have received a lot of enquiries from members of the public offering to help search for Rizkallah. While not being able to directly help in our ongoing search we do ask you to help by checking your own properties, gardens and outbuildings and sharing the media appeal with the updated photo with friends and neighbours.

“If you do go out, please make sure you are suitably dressed for the conditions, with appropriate coats and footwear and that you are not on your own, you have with you a charged mobile phone and you have told at least one friend or family member where you are going.

"Anyone who has any information about Rizkallah’s whereabouts is asked to contact police immediately. The easiest way to do this is by calling 101 and quoting reference 676 (10/3), or in an emergency please call 999.”