If you are going to be making the most of the fine weather this weekend by going walking, Police Scotland are keen to remind people who may be considering walking in the Buckie area about missing man Ian Bramald.
73-year-old Ian Bramald was last seen around 2 miles south of his home in Buckie, in an area near Drybridge and Thornybank, at around 9.30am on Wednesday, February 26. Significant searches involving specialist resources from Police Scotland have been carried out but unfortunately Mr Bramald is still missing.
Inspector Colin Mowat said
We continue to search for Mr Bramald but it is now two weeks since he went missing and we are increasingly anxious to find him. On Thursday 13 and Friday 14 March we will again be searching in the Buckie area assisted by specialist trained dogs.
We have had an overwhelming response from the community in the area but we are specifically keen to hear from walkers and walking groups and ask that they remain vigilant to Mr Bramald being found in the area.
We would like to remind people to remain aware of Mr Bramald and the clothing he was wearing when he was last seen. If anyone sees anything which they may feel is relevant to us please get in touch.
Anybody with any information regarding the whereabouts of Mr Bramald or who believes they may recognise his description is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101.
Mr Bramald is described as approximately 5ft 10ins to 6ft in height, with dark/greying hair which is receding on top.
When he was last seen he was wearing a short green waterproof jacket, corduroy trousers, a cap and glasses, similar to those in the picture.
If you are going walking in the Buckie area please print off the Missing Person poster and look out for Mr Bramald.