Woman issues heart-breaking appeal to find missing fiance Joseph Day in Bristol

Avon and Somerset Police is investigating the disappearance of Joseph Day

A woman has put out an emotional appeal to find her fiance - who has not been seen for two days.

Kelsey Mulcahy says she last had phone contact with her partner of five years, Joseph Day, on Saturday night, when she believed he was spending the night in at their home in Pembroke Road in Clifton while she was away in London.

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But after no phone contact since 9.20pm on the Saturday, Miss Mulcahy returned home yesterday to find he was gone.

Miss Mulcahy says it is completely out of character for the 31-year-old not to be in contact with her, and that the pair were supposed to be visiting Bath Spa today.

Joseph Day, pictured with Kelsey Mulcahy, is described as around 5’11 and has tattoos on both of his arms

The case has been reported to Avon and Somerset Police which is investigating.

Miss Mulcahy said: “We were both looking forward to Bath today so much - it just doesn’t make sense, I’m so worried, in all the time I’ve known him he’s never gone long at all without messaging or calling me. It is completely out of character.

“On the night after he messsaged, I assumed he’d just fallen asleep. Next morning I tried calling him. And when I got back at 2.30pm, he wasn’t here.”

Miss Mulcahy says Mr Day would have been wearing a cap and dark jacket, and be most likely on foot as he left his bike.

Kelsey Mulcahy said Joseph Day’s disappearance is completely out of character

He’s 5ft 11inc tall and of athletic build.

In a Facebook post she said: “This is extremely out of character for him, we always keep in touch every minute of the day. Everyone who knows Joe loves him very much, he is incredibly special to me, and his family and friends. Please help and share so we can find him.”

An Avon and Somerset Police spokesperson said: “I can confirm that Joseph was reported missing to police yesterday evening and we are investigating.”

Anyone with information should call 101.