Police and a team of volunteers will resume the search today for dog walker David Leman who disappeared three days ago. He was reported missing after his dog was found near Skegness' Gibraltar Point.
Detectives are also looking through the town and reviewing CCTV from the time of his disappearance on Monday morning february 4, when he parked his car on South Parade to walk his dog Millie.
Lincolnshire Police gave the go-ahead on Wednesday for a team of volunteers to join in the search. They began their search from the resort's south parade car park at 9am.
David is of mixed race, around six foot tall with a shaven head. His clothing has not been confirmed but is thought to be jeans and a hooded jacket.
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