TVP Banbury said the following on social media: "We're continuing to appeal for help in locating James Rugg who is missing from Banbury.
"We're also urging local residents with CCTV and motorists with dash-cams to check any footage in case it may have captured James."
James was seen Horton General Hospital in Oxford Road, at around 10am on Thursday May 7.
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He is described as white, approximately 5 feet 5 inches tall, of slim build, with wavy brown hair and a moustache.
James was last seen wearing a black T-shirt, black jeans and a black fleece.
Investigating officer, Sergeant Simon Woodman, based at Bicester police station said: “We are becoming increasingly concerned for James’ welfare and are appealing for the public’s help in locating him.
“I would urge anyone to get in touch if they believe they have seen James, or may know where he is."
Anyone with information can contact police by calling 101, quoting reference 43200135082.
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