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ARRAN — The Lamlash/Irvine Police is asking for the local public’s assistance in locating missing 77 year old John Smith out of the Machrie, Arran, Scotland area.
John was last seen on May 30, 2017
He was last seen by a neighbour near to Machrie Golf Club, Machrie Bay, Arran, around 1810 hours yesterday evening and it is believed that he was walking in an easterly direction.
He was last seen wearing a dark coloured jacket, dark trousers, a woolly hat and brown hiking boots.
“Mr Smith had said to the neighbour who last saw him that he was going to see a friend in the Shiskine area of the island. We do not know if he arranged a lift or planned to walk, but he did not get to his friend’s house.
“He has had some health issues recently and is of poor mobility so for him to be away from his home for this length of time is very unusual. He also requires to take daily medication which we don’t believe he has with him.
“Local officers, supported by the Force helicopter and search and rescue team, continue to search the island for Mr Smith but so far there have been no sightings of him and both we and his family are becoming concerned for his well-being.
“We have alerted local bus and taxi companies to look out for Mr Smith and would appeal to the public to assist by, for example, checking gardens, sheds and the like just in case he sought refuge there overnight for whatever reason.
John is described as:
• GENDER: Male.
• ETHNICITY: Caucasian.
• HAIR: Grey, short.
• EYES: Blue.
• HEIGHT: 5 feet 4 inches.
• WEIGHT: Slim build.
Do you know something?
If you have any information in regards to John’s whereabouts, you are being asked to contact the Lamlash/Irvine Police Station at 101 immediately quoting reference number 4049/30/05 .
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