Family of missing Invergordon man Shaun Banner emotionally pleads for him to come home six days after he disappeared from the town of Easter Ross

Shaun Banner’s family is desperate for a breakthrough.

THE brother of a missing Easter Ross man has issued a heartfelt plea for him to return home six days after his disappearance.

Shaun Banner (34) was last seen just after midnight in Invergordon on Saturday.

Her brother Alan posted today: “The longer it goes on, the more worrying it is for us as a family.

“Shaun, we love you, please come home. Let us know you’re okay.

“Tia needs her daddy home. I want my brother home.”

Research details will be posted locally once next steps are planned.

Alan Banner said: “Right now, sharing Shaun’s photo is more important than ever, so keep sharing widely. Constantly remind people what he looks like and that he hasn’t been found yet.

Extensive research has been done for Shaun Banner.
Extensive research has been done for Shaun Banner.

“Also talk about him, let people know he’s missing; your elderly parents, your neighbor without social media, anyone who might not even know Shaun is missing but might hold an important piece of the puzzle if they have seen him. We are relying on people who know that Shaun is missing for information on his whereabouts.”

He added: “Please contact us if you have any information or pass it on to the police via 101 quoting incident 2300 of April 23, 22. Shaun has not been seen or heard from since 12:15 a.m. Saturday April 23, 2022.”

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