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Concerns grow for missing man from New Cumnock


By Gavin Musgrove

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Police are continuing to appeal for information one week on since a New Cumnock man was reported missing.

Ian Cameron was last sighted in Aviemore at around 10.30am on Wednesday.

The 62-year-old left his home in Milray Avenue to drive to work shortly before midnight on Tuesday, 6 October.

However he did not arrive there and he was officially reported missing last Friday (October 9).

Mr Cameron was last spotted in Aviemore today days ago.
Mr Cameron was last spotted in Aviemore today days ago.

Ian is described as around 5ft 4in tall with a medium build and long grey/white hair often worn in a ponytail.

He was last seen wearing a beige coloured polo shirt, navy coloured combat trousers, navy fleece and black shoes.

His car is a silver Seat Leon with the registration YE06 HDX.

Mr Cameron drives a silver Seat Leon similar to this model.
Mr Cameron drives a silver Seat Leon similar to this model.

Sergeant Caroline Brennan, based in Kilmarnock, said: "It's now been one week since Ian was reported missing and we're asking for the public to help us find him.

"We're concerned for his welfare and if anyone has seen someone matching Ian's description or his car, please contact us.

"If Ian is reading this, I'd ask him to let us know he's okay."

Anyone with information should contact Police Scotland on 101 quoting incident number 3746 of 9 October 2020.



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