AN INJURED man who went missing last night is believed to be around the Stratford-upon-Avon area.
Residents and motorists are this morning being urged to look out for a blue BMW belonging to 30-year-old Kulwinder Bargota, who disappeared from his Coventry home on Thursday night.
Mr Bargota, who had been suffering from stress, left his home unexpectedly in the 3-Series saloon at around 5.45pm; it was last spotted at 6.30pm on traffic cameras at junction 15 of the M40 for Stratford and Warwick.
Police have examined the man's computer and it’s understood he’d been researching locations in Stratford before leaving.
Coventry Police Sergeant Wayne Eley, said: “Spots of blood were found at the man's home address. It's likely he has suffered an injury though, from the amount of blood, we don't believe it would be life threatening.
“Naturally the man’s family are extremely concerned for his well being and are desperate to hear he is safe and well. They just want him to return home.
“If anyone has seen the man or his car I’d urge them to call West Midlands Police immediately on the 101 number.”
Mr Bargota's Blue BMW with registration number LS02WPF
The man is described as Asian, around 5ft 6ins tall and stocky build with cropped black hair, brown eyes and clean shaven.
He was last seen wearing navy jogging bottoms, a grey jumper and grey hoodie with purple print with word Billabong; and he often wears a gold chain with a symbol on it.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Coventry Police on the 101 number.
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