Highland POLICE are continuing their efforts to locate missing man Shaun Banner (34) who was reported missing a week ago.
The 34-year-old from Invergordon was last seen near the town’s train station shortly after midnight on the morning of Saturday April 23.
Officers conducted investigations during a further visit to the scene, a week after the time and place where Shaun was last seen engaging with a number of pedestrians and motorists.
This is the latest step in a series of extensive research and investigations carried out by local officers, with the support of specialist resources and a number of partner agencies.
Shaun’s family has been kept informed throughout the process.
His brother, Alan Banner, said: “It’s been a week since my brother was last seen. We’re incredibly worried for Shaun and just want him home now.
“If you have any information, please come forward. Thank you so much for your continued support. We love you, Shaun.
Shaun is described as 5ft 7in, slim build, with short brown hair and blue eyes.
He was last seen wearing green and brown Crofter work pants, a gray Rogue Attitude down jacket, a blue CSR work top, and gray, purple, and blue Nike Air Max sneakers.
Inspector Chris Murray, of Alness Police Station, said: ‘I would like to thank the local community for their commitment to us throughout our efforts to locate Shaun. We and his family remain very concerned for his well-being over time.
“I continue to urge anyone who may have information about his whereabouts or possible sightings to come forward, as it could prove vital.”
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‘Shaun, we love you, please come home’