POLICE have received numerous reports of sightings of a 'high risk' missing man, who was last seen leaving a hotel near Worcester.

Some have reported seeing 26-year-old Matthew Bone in the Postal Order pub, in Foregate Street, Worcester, within the last few days.

Officers have also received a report of Mr Bone sleeping in a tent in the Inkberrow area of Worcestershire.

He was spotted leaving Stanbrook Abbey Hotel, in Callow End, on Friday, March 9.

Mr Bone, from Portsmouth, is considered a high risk missing person and both police and his family are concerned about his current state of mind.

Detective Inspector Dave Knight, of West Mercia Police, previously said Mr Bone's family were 'deeply concerned for his welfare'.

He added:"Matthew hasn’t been seen since leaving a hotel room in the Callow End area of Worcester this weekend.

"He is likely to be in urgent need of medical attention. Worcestershire residents are asked to check their outbuildings for signs of anyone living in them.

"Matthew is a good walker and it may be that he is using the county's bridleways and footpaths to avoid contact with others."

It is thought Mr Bone has been walking through the Worcestershire countryside.

He also has links to Norfolk, according to West Mercia Police.

Officer are appealing for anyone with information to call 101 quoting incident number 410s of Sunday, March 11.