Search teams are chasing for missing man from Invergordon Shaun Banner (34) as the family keeps the fate in the public eye


COMMUNITY efforts to help find a missing Easter Ross man are set to continue today.

The family of Invergordon man Shaun Banner (34) have thanked members of the community who have so far volunteered their time to help with coordinated searches and handing out leaflets in an effort to help refresh people’s memories.

He was last seen near Invergordon station just after midnight on Saturday.

His family, who are keen for people to share Shaun’s photo and keep his plight in the public eye, announced today that they will continue the search today.

Volunteers will meet at The Place in Alness.

His family said: “Today we want to have a more intense search. We want the groups to be bigger, so with that in mind we will send our first group at 10.30am, another group from 2.30pm and then a last group at 6 p.m.

“We have allocated these hours so that people can arrive at a time that suits them and we have a good structure for our search. If there are any changes I will try to let people know as soon as possible because we covered a tremendous amount of ground very quickly.

“Finally, when searching please wear appropriate clothing, wrap up warm and be careful, we don’t want anyone getting hurt.

“Thank you to everyone who came out and gave time to search, distribute flyers, go door to door, send messages of support and share and spread the word of Shaun’s disappearance. Our family could not never put our appreciation into words.

“Come Home Shaun”

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