Update:Peter Rowell has been found safe and well in the Cumbria area.
BBC radio Bristol presenter, Peter Rowell has been reported missing.
Rowell, aged 52, was last seen this morning at about 8.30am, when he left home for work.
The former ITV West presenter did not turn up for work and concern increased when he could not be contacted.
Peter is described as a white man with white/silver coloured hair. He is 5ft 10ins of stocky build. He is possibly wearing brown coloured jeans and a white shirt.
He is thought to be depressed, following the death of a close relative.
Anyone with information is to contact Staple Hill police station on 0845 4567000.
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