VOLUNTEERS have been deployed to help in a desperate bid to find 'high risk' missing man, Pavel Zukowski.

Highly trained volunteers from Warwickshire Search and Rescue have been deployed to assist in the search to find Mr Zukowski.

Meanwhile police have launched a fresh appeal urging members of the public to come forward with dash cam footage that may show Mr Zukowski walking home from work.

West Mercia Police tweeted: "Were you driving along the A443 on Weds morning? Did you see Pavel Zukowski? He left a farm in Great Witley, Worcs, around 7am on 16 September. If you have any info or dash cam footage please contact us on 101."

Pavel Zukowski, 29 went missing on his way home from work at a farm in Great Witley on Wednesday.

Specialist search teams are out looking for Mr Zukowsk as they believe he is 'high risk.'

A spokesman for West Mercia Police said: "We are appealing for information of missing person Pavel Zukowski 29 year old is missing from Great Witley, Worcestershire.

"Pavel has been missing since Wednesday 16 September after leaving work at farm in Great Witley shortly after 7am, it is then believed he walked along the A443 towards his home address in Worcester.

"He is described as a white man of a slim build and around 5ft 7ins tall. We are still trying to get a better picture of Pavel.

"If you have seen Pavel or have any information or dash cam footage of him on the A443 please contact us on 101."