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Police appeal over missing man


By Staff Reporter - Northern Scot


POLICE have said a missing man from Aberdeen has links to the Moray and Huntly areas.

Duncan Innes was reported missing from the Bridge of Don area on Saturday, but had not been heard from for several days prior to that, and there are growing concerns for his welfare.

Officers have released CCTV images as part of their efforts to trace Mr Innes and have appealed for anyone with information to contact the force.

They show him entering a shop in Balmedie on March 6, where he is wearing a black hoodie with white detail, blue jeans, light-coloured trainers and a black beanie hat.

Duncan Innes
Duncan Innes

The 35-year-old has access to a dark blue Ford Focus with the registration number SV64 LFJ, which is pictured on CCTV at a petrol station in Westhill the following day.

Enquiries so far suggest he may have travelled throughout the Central Belt, Tayside and Aberdeenshire areas since this time, but his links to Moray and Huntly have also been highlighted.

Duncan is described as white, 5ft 8ins tall, of average build with a dark beard.

It is believed he was in the Shielhill Crescent area of Aberdeen on Sunday and was wearing dark jeans, a dark top and a beanie hat.

Inspector Lee Jardine said: "Our efforts to trace Duncan remain ongoing and, as part of this, we're continuing to ask anyone who may have seen him or the Ford Focus to contact us.

"If Duncan see's this appeal, I'd urge him to get in touch with either us or his family as soon as possible and let us know he is safe."

Anyone with information can contact Police Scotland on 101, quoting incident number 1294 of March 9.



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