A police appeal has gone out for information to find a missing man from the Caerphilly area.
Mark Alex Bradfield, 40, was reported missing on Monday November 2.
He was last seen on Monday morning driving away from his home in Graig-y-Fedw, Abertridwr, in a white Daihatsu Hi-Jet van, registration WX02 LLW.
Mr Bradfield is described as white and of large build. He is clean shaven and was last known to be wearing a light coloured t-shirt.
Police are undertaking enquiries locally as well as in the Cardiff and Swansea areas where he has links.
Police say this is the first time he has been reported missing and are concerned as it is believed he may not have taken his medication with him.
His father Clem Bradfield, 59, has appealed for his son to come home after the pair rowed before Mr Bradfield disappeared.
Speaking to the South Wales Echo, he said:“We’re all worried about Mark.
“He’s not in any trouble.
“He knows I was cross with him but we didn’t have any real ding-dong.
“We just want him to come home or for him to ring his sister Kim and let us know he’s OK.”