Police are continuing to search for a missing man from Annan who has not been seen since the early hours of last Friday (17 January).
Ian Carruthers is:
- 5 feet 7 inches tall
- Thin build
- Blue eyes and pale complexion
- Shoulder-length fair hair - which is normally tied back in a ponytail and shaven at the sides
- Last seen wearing a white coloured unbranded hooded top, white jogging bottoms and black Adidas trainers
Officers are now urging people to check their sheds and outhouses for the 30-year-old.
“We would ask the local community to assist by searching their own gardens, sheds and outhouses to help locate Mr Carruthers.
“If you have any information relating to the whereabouts of Mr Carruthers to contact Annan Police Station as a matter of urgency on 101 or contact any police officer.”
Information can also be left anonymously with Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A school in Dumfries and Galloway is learning the tricks of the television trade with the help of a green screen.
Thought to be the first in Scotland, St Columba's primary school in Annan has built it's very own television studio in a classroom and it is using it for a variety of lessons.
Fiona McIlwraith reports.
Police are growing increasingly concerned for the well being of an Annan man who has been missing since Friday.
30-year-old Ian Carruthers was last seen at about 1am on Friday 17 January on Annan High Street.
He is described as 5ft 7”, slim build, long blond hair that shaved underneath and tied back in a pony tail.
It is unknown exactly what he was last wearing but possibly grey tracksuit bottoms, hooded top and white woolly hat.
Anyone who has seen Mr Carruthers or knows his whereabouts is asked to contact police on 101 or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Pupils from St Columba's RC Primary School in Annan have been given a new and exciting boost to their usually boring lessons in the form of their very own TV studio.
"We're delighted that the children are developing media skills but at the same time they are learning across the curriculum, so they're bringing their French, skills and knowledge into play, their bringing their understanding of the weather topic that they're studying just now."
With just three days to go until the SNP set out how an independent Scotland will work in their white paper, the Yes campaign has gathered momentum in Annan.
The South Annandale group officially launched today and as Samantha Parker reports they believe now is the time to help people understand what they're voting for.
The Better Together campaign were out in Lochside, Dumfries handing out leaflets and engaging with voters.
Dumfries and Galloway MP Russell Brown went door to door in Lochside this morning as he continues to engage the public about Labour's involvement with the Better Together campaign.
'We can't sit back and allow what looks like a very good lead in current polls to just say well we are home and dry and everything will be fine. We need to hear what people are saying, we need to listen to the concerns they have and try and explain our interpretations of facts and figures.'
The canvassing comes ahead of the publication of the Independence White Paper on Tuesday by the SNP.
The South Annandale 'Yes' campaign has been launched at Annan town hall today.
Henry McClelland, Chairman of Annan Athletic, said: "With the White Paper being launched next week it was important for us to make our presence known in Annandale.
"There are so many people out there who are still undecided and it is important they join the discussion.Today we are setting up a committee and then will start canvassing in the area to drum up support."
A 43-year-old man has died whilst in custody at Annan Police Station.
The man became ill whilst he was detained on Wednesday 20 November.
Police Scotland have confirmed that the Police Investigations and Review Commissioner are to carry out an investigation.
Today marks the end to court business at Annan Court.
It comes as part of a re-organisation by the Scottish Court Service that will see all the work transferred to Dumfries.
Local politicians, including Elaine Murray MSP, have criticised the closure.
She says it comes as a worry to those in Annan: