The family of a Wiltshire man who's gone missing in the Highlands of Scotland are desperate to know what's happened to him.
Robin Garton hasn't been seen since he checked out of his hotel in Glencoe a week ago. He had arranged to meet friends on Sunday, but failed to turn up. His car has been found in a remote car park.
Will Garton Robin's son told ITV News not knowing what has happened to his dad is the worst thing:
Police in Wiltshire say they're concerned for the welfare of a young woman who's been missing for three days.
20-year-old Jade Sheppard was last seen in the Manor Gardens area of Warminster on Monday, and has not contacted her family since, which they say is out of character.
She did not turn up to her job as a cleaner on Tuesday, which is also said to be out of character for her. Her hair is now dyed white with pink and purple streaks.
Police officers are conducting enquiries in the local area.
"We are working closely with Jade's family who are extremely worried about her and just want to know she is safe. If Jade is aware of this appeal I would urge her to either contact her family or police on 101."
"We are concerned about Jade's welfare and I would like to hear from anyone who has seen her or has any information about her whereabouts."
Police say missing ten-year-old Chemmie Emery has been found safe and well in Gloucester.
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Police in Lochaber are continuing to appeal for information to assist with the search for a missing hillwalker from Wiltshire.
69-year-old Robin Garton is believed to be in the Buachaille Etive Mor, Glencoe area.
WHAT WE KNOW SO FAR
- Mr Garton checked out of his accommodation in the Glencoe area at around 8.00 hours on Friday 25 September 2015
- He had plans to travel North to meet friends in the Kinlochewe area on Sunday but failed to meet as arranged
- He has not been seen since leaving the hotel on Friday morning.
- He was reported missing on Monday 28 September 2015.
- Officers have traced Mr Garton's car in the Achnambeithach car park, off the A82 by Loch Achtriochtan.
- It is believed he may have had made plans to walk in the Coire Nam Beith or Bidean Nam Bian areas.
Mountain Rescue and special dogs have been brought in to search the Glencoe area.
Police Scotland are co-ordinating further searches today.
With the last sighting of Mr Garton being Friday morning, police say concern is growing for his welfare
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for a 69-year-old man from Wiltshire who is missing in the Scottish highlands.
Robin Garton from Devizes is the founder of a charity which supports science-led projects in Nepal.
He was last seen early on Friday 25 September when he checked out of his accommodation in Glencoe. He was due to meet friends in Kinlochewe on Sunday but failed to turn up and he was reported missing on Monday.
Searches by mountain rescue teams and the coastguard helicopter have so far failed to find any sign of him.
Mr Garton is described as:
- 6'2" tall
- Slim to medium build
- Fair haired, which is slightly balding
- Occasional glasses wearer
Police looking for Meghan Wilson, who went missing from Tuffley in Gloucestershire yesterday, 29 September, say she has been found in Gloucester.
We're pleased to report 14 year old Meghan Wilson from Tuffley has been found safe and well in Gloucester. Thanks to all for their concern.
Police say 84-year-old Delores Grayling, who had been missing from Draycott near Wells for more than a week, has been found safe and well.
Officers have thanked everyone for their help in trying to find her.
Avon and Somerset police have said the case of missing DJ Derek is still open and still want anyone with information to come forward.
It comes after the family of 73-year-old Derek Morris were told police have stopped searching for him.
The focus of the investigation remains on Thornbury as we’re trying to establish where Derek went after taking the 10.32am number 78 bus from Bristol to Thornbury on Saturday 11 July.
This has been a distressing two months for Derek’s family and we’ve been pursuing every lead to try and get answers for them. They are being kept fully informed about our progress.
The campaign group 'find DJ Derek' say his family have been told that the police have stopped looking for the missing Bristol DJ.
73-year-old Derek Morris has been missing for two months. In a statement posted on Facebook, the group say there has been a "shocking" lack of police support, and call on friends and supporters to help the search effort.
They say police have called off the search until there is further evidence.
"Dear friends and fans, the police have notified the family that they will no longer be looking for Derek.
So no further involvement from the police until there is further evidence, so I guess it's up to us to pull together and do their job for them.
The lack of police support is shocking and to leave his family in thin air is unfair and terribly insensitive to their pain.
We could do with all your help and suggestions please get in contact over the weekend and we will respond as soon as we can.
Thank you to all of you for your love and support."