Police Wolfman Woods Five Years

February 10, 2012 by staff 

Police Wolfman Woods Five Years, A ‘wolfman’ who has been living wild in a forest for the past five years, surviving on rabbits, plants and berries, is at the centre of a police hunt.

Wayne Morgan, 37, has been using survival skills honed in the army as he sleeps rough – but police fear he could freeze to death in the cold weather.

The elusive man, who has a thick beard, disappeared into the forest in Pantyffynon Woods, near Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, in 2007.

He is occasionally spotted by ramblers through the trees – but has not been seen for over a year.

Locals call him ‘The Wolfman’ and have blamed him for a series of thefts of milk from their doorsteps.

Police have previously tried to track down Mr Morgan – described as a real-life Rambo – after it emerged he had turned to petty crime to survive.

Sniffer dogs and a helicopter with heat-seeking equipment were brought in to trace him, but police believe he knows the woodland so well he was able to lie low. They found abandoned hideouts and evidence that he had lit fires to cook meals.

Now, after the record low temperatures and a lack of sightings police say they are ‘very concerned’ for his safety.

Sergeant Theresa Ross, of Dyfed Powys Police, said: ‘We have been aware of a man known locally as Wolfman living in woods for a number of years.

‘Anyone walking in the wooded area who may have seen this man should get in contact with us to let us know when any sightings took place.’

‘He is not known to claim benefits of be registered with any agency so he may be hungry and on the look-out for food.

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