Neil Skinner, from Doncaster, has not contacted his loved ones for a month after his disappearance in Scotland and they are growing concerned for him
The desperate family of a man who went missing while on a camping trip in Scotland have desperately asked for help finding him.
Neil Skinner has not been in touch with his loved ones for a month and they are growing concerned about him.
The 71-year-old, from Doncaster, was last diagnosed on Sunday May 8th. Yorkshire Live Reports.
Police have searched the area for weeks with the support of air units, marines and mountain rescue teams, but have found no trace of him.
Mr Skinner’s family has urged anyone who may have seen Mr Skinner to come forward.
In a statement, his family said: “As a family, we are dismayed that our father has been missing for so long and we are desperately seeking answers as to what happened to him to help us understand and come to terms with his sudden loss.” Disappear.
“If anyone has any information about our father that they think may be relevant at all, we urge you to contact the police.”
Mr. Skinner is described as 5 feet 8 inches tall with short white hair, a white goatee and wearing glasses. He was last seen wearing a green jacket and gray hiking pants.
Sergeant Karen MacLennan of Police Scotland said: “Since Neil was reported missing we have been conducting searches and inquiries to try and locate him.
“Local officials have been assisted by specialized resources including the Air Support Unit, Marine Unit and Mountain Rescue teams but he has yet to be located.
“Neil has not contacted family or friends since he was reported missing and we are keen to speak to anyone who may have seen him or have information relevant to our investigation since Sunday May 8.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on number 101 on reference number 3775 dated May 9.
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