Motorcyclists who helped a fallen man might have key to finding missing Essex 82-year-old Gordon Wilson

PUBLISHED: 16:05 06 November 2015 | UPDATED: 16:06 06 November 2015

Gordon Wilson has gone missing and may have been last seen in Sible Hedingham.

Gordon Wilson has gone missing and may have been last seen in Sible Hedingham.

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Two motorcyclists might be able to help in the search for Gordon Wilson, who went missing almost two weeks ago.

Gordon Wilson sightings

Leaden Roding: 11am Sunday, October 25 - Mr Wilson is seen by neighbours at his home.

Chelmsford Bus Station: 12.30pm Sunday, October 25 - Mr Wilson is viewed on CCTV and his bus pass is confirmed as being used to ride the 12.30pm 352 First bus service.

Halstead: 1.30pm Sunday, October 25 - A man fitting Mr Wilson’s description is seen getting off the bus and walking into the direction of Butler Road.

Sible Hedingham: Between 2pm and 4pm Sunday, October 25 - A man fitting Mr Wilson’s description is helped by two motorcyclists after falling over. He refused their help and continued walking in the direction of Sible Hedingham.

Officers looking for Mr Wilson, 82, of Leaden Roding, have received a possible sighting that he was seen in Halstead Road, Sible Hedingham, between 2pm and 4pm on Sunday, October 25 – the day he was last seen.

Braintree district commander Chief Inspector Richard Melton said: “Two motorcyclists and a pedestrian had stopped to help the man, who had fallen over.

“However he refused their help and continued walking in the direction of Sible Hedingham.

“We would like to speak to the bikers as they may have information that can help assist in the search for Mr Wilson.”

Sightings of Gordon WilsonSightings of Gordon Wilson

They are asked to contact 101 urgently.

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