A 37-year-old man from Essex who went missing on a night out in Edinburgh has been found safe in the city centre.
Adam Smith, from Witham, was last seen in the early hours of Saturday morning after travelling to the Scottish capital for a weekend away with friends.
Police Scotland today said he had been "traced safely" in the city centre at 2.15pm on Tuesday, July 25 - three days after he went missing.
Police in Scotland say they are growing increasingly concerned for a man from Essex who has not seen since a night out with friends in Edinburgh.
Adam Smith, 37, travelled from his home in Witham for a visit to the Scottish capital.
He was last seen at The Three Sisters pub in the Cowgate area at about 12.45am on Saturday, July 22, and did not return to his accommodation in Gilmore Place.
Police said his disappearance was out of character and appealed for information.
Mr Smith is white, about 6ft 3ins and with short blonde hair that is normally slicked back. He was last seen wearing a long-sleeved burgundy shirt and light blue jeans.
Police have confirmed that a climber has died in an avalanche in the Scottish Highlands.
He was one of two men from Suffolk reported missing on Friday night after they failed to return from a climb on Coireag Dubh Mor in the Torridon area of the western Highlands.
Mountain rescue teams and the Stornoway coastguard helicopter searched for the pair on Friday night but were forced to call it off because the weather was so bad. The search resumed yesterday afternoon and one of the climbers was found walking out to find assistance for the other man.
The two climbers had been caught up in an avalanche, police said. The mountain rescue team found the other man but he had already died. Police Scotland said both men were experienced climbers and had proper equipment. Heavy snow and strong winds have been persistent in the Highlands over the last month.
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A tawny owl has survived an incredible 325 mile journey from Scotland to Northamptonshire, clinging onto the front of a train.
The young male, who is thought to be two or three years old, was spotted by staff at the Stobart freight terminal in Crick. It is believed he had been clinging onto the front of the engine, just below the driver's cabin, all the way from Glasgow.
The owl is now at an animal sanctuary in Nuneaton, where staff have called him Lucky. They say they have no idea why he did not fly off when the train began moving, but that it is a miracle he survived the journey.
Geoff Grewcock. Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary. _"I'm surprised it's lived, so we called it Lucky. In theory it should have flown off when the train started... These are very hardy owls, tawny owls. He's in very good health considering he's gone all that distance."
Other than a sprained wing, Lucky is surprisingly well. In a few weeks he should be fit enough to be released back into the wild, where the Sanctuary hopes that he will find a mate.
Three Norwich City players have been included in Gordon Strachan's Scotland squad for next month's friendly against England.
Defenders Russell Martin and Steven Whittaker and midfielder Robert Snodgrass are all in the 29-man squad.
Strachan's side will use the friendly at Wembley on 14 August as preparation for their World Cup qualifier, at home to Belgium in September.
All three players are currently on tour with Norwich in the USA. In their latest game, the Canaries lost 1-0 to San Jose Earthquakes.
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