Computer scientist Jonathan Humphrey as he looked at the time of his graduation with first class honours at Cambridge. Police are now trying to trace him on behalf of his family who live in Penarth

A family living in Penarth has issued a public appeal for help to trace their son – a Cambridge first-class honours graduate in computer science  – who they’ve not been able to contact.

The missing man is Jonathan Humphrey (38) who hasn’t been seen since being reported missing on November 21st . He is understood to live in Roath Cardiff, is described by his relatives as “kind, considerate, sensitive and caring person who is highly intelligent and very likeable”.

A more recent photograph of Mr Humphrey – who is now 38.

Mr Humphrey is a software engineer by profession but has also worked at a number of other occupations, run his own business, been a fundraiser for Amnesty International and has designed program “apps”  for smartphones.

Following the death of his father, Mr Humphrey travelled to the USA  in 2014 to visit friends but his family say he “seemed a changed person” on his return and subsequently is said to have cut off contact “with his family and a very long-term friend”.

South Wales Police ask for anyone with information about Mr Humphrey – who is known as Jon to his friends to contact the police on 101 quoting reference *442566. The police would also like Mr Humphrey himself to get in touch with them to confirm that he is safe and well

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