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Annan and Eskdale
Missing man search continues

THE search for a man missing from Annan has been widened to Aberdeenshire.

James Turner was last seen near his home in Glynt Wynd on Tuesday afternoon and his family are growing increasingly concerned about his whereabouts.

Police have appealed for any sightings of the 45-year-old in the Dumfriesshire area, but also in Aberdeenshire as he has links to the Aboyne area.

He left his address in a blue Skoda Octavia car, registration mark SV12WC and officers want members of the public to keep an eye out for James and his vehicle in car parks, by rivers, beaches, forests and beauty spots.Inspector Scott Torrance last night said: “James has been missing for some time now. This is completely out of character for him and his family are understandably worried. We have a number of police resources out looking for James and I am now looking for the assistance from the public.

“If you have seen James or his car or have any information about where he might be then please call us immediately on 101, quoting incident number 2724 of Tuesday, 28 December, 2021.”

James, pictured above, is described as being 5ft 10 ins, of medium build, with dark greying hair. When last seen he was wearing a dark safari type jacket, white long sleeve t-shirt, black jogging bottoms and trainers.

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