T.Quality is lending its support in finding a Hampshire man who has been missing for over nine months by displaying his image across its entire fleet.
The fish and chips wholesaler has applied posters of Matthew Bone, from Widley, to all 80 of its lorries and vans in the hope he will be found.
Matthew, 27, known as Matt, was last seen at QA Hospital in Cosham, Portsmouth, on March 6th, before visiting the Stanbrook Abbey hotel in Malvern, Worcestershire, on March 9th.
Joe Kendrick, T.Quality marketing manager, comments: "T. Quality are happy to assist with the #FindMatthewBone campaign. Our 80 strong delivery lorries and vans cover thousands of miles each week nationwide, delivering fish and chip and fast food products to major towns and cities. We hope to raise awareness and attention across the country that Matthew is missing and give hope to his family and ultimately go some way to support reuniting him with loved ones."
Food delivery company Deliveroo has also joined the effort to find Matt by displaying posters on riders' bags.
Anyone with any information should call West Mercia Police on 101 or text 116 000.