The family of a man who has been missing for three months are preparing to make a nationwide appeal to bring him home.
Great-grandad Kevin Judge was last seen when he was dropped off by a taxi near his home on Esther Avenue, Lupset, on April 15.
His distraught family have not heard from him since.
Police have scoured the city and searched North Yorkshire where he would often visit.
Daughter Lisa Pool, 46, said: “Every day gets worse. We don’t know where he is – he could be anywhere. It’s a complete mystery.”
Now the family has teamed up with national charity, Missing People, to launch a UK-wide appeal.
Det Insp Vivien Segerius-Allick, of Wakefield District Safeguarding Unit, said: “Clearly Kevin has now been missing for a considerable period of time, and his family have the deep sympathy of all officers who have worked to try and locate him so far.
“We continue to appeal for information about Kevin and would ask anyone who thinks they may have seen Kevin to come forward. The investigation remains open and will never be closed until we can discover what happened to him.”
Mr Judge is 5ft 7ins tall, slim and has thinning grey coloured hair that is worn slicked back.
Anyone with any information should call police on 101.