Police are rising “more and more involved” for an aged man from Nottingham who has been lacking in Argyll since Thursday.
John Smith, who goes by the identify of Frank, was final seen at round 7.15am on 5 August leaving the Crianlarich Resort, north of Loch Lomond.
The 84-year-old’s gray Mazda 6 property has since been present in a parking space utilized by walkers by the 1126-metre tall Ben Cruachan mountain.
Police Scotland’s mountain rescue staff has launched a seek for Mr Smith and officers are urging walkers within the space to look out for him.
He’s described as being 5ft 10in and of slim construct, with gray hair which is thinning on prime.
Officers mentioned he was final seen carrying a darkish colored jacket, gray trousers, white shirt and a particular white solar cap.
Inspector Emma Louise Scott, of Dumbarton police station, mentioned: “We’re rising more and more involved for Frank and appreciable effort is being put into finding him by police and companion companies.
“I’d urge anybody who believes they’ve seen Frank or spoken to him at any time since Thursday morning to get in contact urgently.”
She continued: “I’d additionally ask every other walkers within the space to be vigilant and in the event you imagine you’ve got any data which might assist with the search then please come ahead.
“Anybody who might have seen Frank, or who has any data on his whereabouts, is urged to contact Police Scotland by way of 101, quoting incident quantity 0922 of seven August.”