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Concern for missing man Gavin McIntyre
Police are appealing for information to help trace a 36-year-old man reported missing.
Gavin McIntyre was last seen in the Morningside area at around 9am yesterday morning.
He is described as white, 6ft tall with a slim build, clean-shaven, with messy brown hair. He was last seen wearing a black and dark green jacket, a red and white shirt, and beige trousers.
It is believed Gavin may have travelled to the South of England, having connections to the London area. He has access to a boat, named ‘Sheer Madness’, and may be residing near a waterway.
Inspector Stephen Rosie said: “Gavin is vulnerable due to current health issues and requires regular medication, which he will now not have access to.
“We are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare and anyone who may have seen him since 9am on Wednesday, or has information which can help with our enquiries, is urged to get in touch as soon as possible.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact Police Scotland as soon as possible on 101.
Missing man believed to be in London
Police believe a man reported missing in Edinburgh is currently in the East End of London with his wife and are urging the local public to assist in tracing them.
Gavin McIntyre was last seen in the Morningside area at around 11am on Friday 9th January but has not been sighted since.
Enquiries indicate that both Gavin and his wife Sam have travelled south together and may be looking to utilise a boat, which they own there.
Officers in London have been assisting Police Scotland with this enquiry and have determined that the boat, which is called ‘Sheer Madness’, was last seen moored at the Old Ford Lock, near the Olympic Stadium, on Tuesday 6th January.
The boat is able to travel along the canal system within the Newham Borough and throughout Hackney and Forest Gate.
Anyone who believes they have seen this boat, or who has information as to Gavin and Sam’s current whereabouts is asked to contact police immediately.
Gavin is described as white, 6ft tall with a slim build, blue eyes, shoulder-length fair hair, a goatee moustache and a vertical scar on the right side of his lip. He was last seen wearing a brown anorak, grey trousers, a purple woolly hat and black and red Adidas trainers.
Sam is described only as being 5ft 5ins tall with long black hair and a slim build.
Chief Inspector Chris Scobbie said: “Our enquiries point towards Gavin and Sam having travelled together and we believe they were heading to London, where they have access to their boat.
“They may also have access to a red coloured Ford Transit vehicle with the registration number UDZ4026.
“At this time I would ask local residents who live around the Old Ford Lock area to get in touch with police if they believe they have seen the McIntyres in the past few days or know where they may currently be residing.
“In addition, canal users are asked to report any sightings of the boat called ‘Sheer Madness’ to police immediately.
“I would also continue to urge Gavin and Sam to get in touch with us as soon as possible so we can establish that they are both safe and well.”
Those with information can contact Police Scotland on 101.