Plea to missing marine

Police and coastguard teams are searching for a marine, believed to be from Liverpool, who has gone missing in Tayside.

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CCTV released of missing Liverpool marine

Ralph Hebden pictured on CCTV at Morrisons in Arbroath Credit: Tayside Police

Police in Arbroath on Tayside, Scotland, have asked households to check their sheds and garages as they continue to search for a Liverpool-born marine who has been missing since Monday.

They're looking for Ralph Hebden, 32, who hasn't been seen since leaving for a run.

Today officers also released CCTV pictures showing the last known sighting of Ralph.

They were captured at Morrisons supermarket in Arbroath at 8.30 on Monday morning.

Ralph hasn't been seen since leaving for a run on Monday Credit: Tayside Police

Tayside Police Inspector Ally Robertson said: "As time goes by our concerns for Ralph increase as, more significantly, does the concerns of his loved ones. We would urge him to get in touch, either with ourselves, his family or friends as soon as possible so we can establish he is safe and well.

''Equally, anyone who has seen him or who knows where he is now should call us immediately on 101, or speak to their local officer.''

Ralph is six feet four inches tall and of muscular build, with short cropped fair hair.

When last seen he was wearing black trainers, dark blue or black jogging bottoms, and a blue fleece. He had a blue rain jacket with him when he left his home.

Wife's plea to missing Royal Marine

Ralph Hebden has been missing since Monday morning

The wife of a Royal Marine who has been missing since going on a run three days ago has made a plea for him to come home.

Ralph Hebden, who grew up in Toxteth and is now based in Scotland, went for a run around the cliffs near Arbroath, Tayside, on Monday.

His pregnant wife Sarah Hebden said she wanted him to home before she's due to go into labour next month.

Police and Coastguard teams today started their third day of searching for the 32-year-old.

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