POLICE have confirmed that they have received a report of a possible sighting of missing Ellesmere Port man Peter Bebbington in Blacon.

Police have asked public’s help in locating Peter Bebbington, 34, who went missing in the early hours of Sunday morning.

He was last seen at his home address in Langley Court, Ellesmere Port at around 5.20am on Sunday (August 11).

And, today, a member of the public reporting seeing someone who looked like Peter in the Blacon area of Chester.

There was a similar report from the Hoole area.

Chester and District Standard:

A recent photo of Peter

However, police said Peter had still not been found and the sighting was not confirmed as being Peter.

Peter's partner Faye Morris has appealed to people in Chester, as well as Ellesmere Port, to pass on any possible sightings or information to the police.

On her Facebook page, Faye appealed directly to Peter.

She said: Peter I need you home this is too many hours you have been gone. We can sort any issues you may have. You are not alone - you have me, Fergie, Lacey, and your family - so please, babe, come home.

"I need you. My heart is empty.

"You're my rock and I'm yours, so let me help you and do what is needed."

After Peter had been missing for 40 hours, she urged people to keep searching for 6ft 4ins Peter.

"Come on, get sharing. The more we share and make aware, maybe someone will see him. This isn't a person you can just walk past and miss. Someone has to have seen him, he can't just disappear of the face of the earth with no sightings.

"If someone is with him and he doesn't want to be found and he asked you not to contact anyone, I am begging and pleading you to do the right thing by us as a family."

Chester and District Standard:

Peter is recovering from a back injury and had been battling with depression

The community carried out

searches in Ellesmere Port last night


Peter is 6ft 4ins tall, with dark black hair and a moustache.

He was wearing a black waterproof coat, pink Manchester United shirt, blue jeans and black trainers.

Anyone who thinks they may have seen Peter, or might have any information as to his whereabouts, is asked to call Cheshire Police on 101, quoting IML 482872.