A month on since former policeman David Leman went missing while walking his dog, police say they have only had four or five reports of sightings of him. The 51-year-old disappeared on Skegness beach. This morning, officers have been back to the beach to hand out leaflets.
They are also concerned that the discovery of the body of another man near Gibraltar Point has led people to believe that the search has been called off.
Lincolnshire police are handing out leaflets on Skegness beach today, in a renewed attempt to find David Leman who disappeared exactly a month ago. 51-year-old David was out walking on the beach near to Gibraltar Point with his dog Millie when he went missing.
Millie was found later that day with her lead still attached. Police would particularly like to hear from any dog walkers who may have seen David a the time. He is described as mixed race, approximately six foot tall. It is thought he was wearing jeans and a hooded jacket when he disappeared.
It is now a month since former policeman David Leman went missing. The fifty one year old disappeared while walking his dog on Skegness beach. Police are today making a renewed appeal for any information and will be on the beach handing out leaflets.
David Le-Man's sister in law, Abigail Taylor, has been speaking to Calendar News about the search for the missing 51 year old. David disappeared whilst out walking his dog Millie ten days ago in Skegness. Earlier today a body was found on the coast, but it has not yet been identified.
Search teams have spent a second day looking for a man who took his dog out for a walk in Skegness, and only the dog came home. David Leman was reported missing on Monday night after his dog was found with his lead still attached. James Webster reports.