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Police Scotland officers in the Highlands appeal for help tracing missing Nairn man, amid 'increasing concern' for his welfare


By Philip Murray

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Frank Grant.
Frank Grant.

FAMILY and friends of a missing Nairn man are growing “increasingly concerned” for his welfare, police have said.

Officers have appealed for help tracing Frank Grant, who has not been seen since 2,30pm on Monday afternoon.

Mr Grant (64), from Nairn’s Montgomerie Drive, was last seen in that street but police added that “his current whereabouts are unknown and friends and family are becoming increasingly concerned for him”.

He is about 5ft 6in tall, with grey hair, slim build, blue eyes and is believed to have been wearing a dark coloured jacket, blue jeans and brown shoes.

Mr Grant is believed to be with his black Labrador dog and is likely to have been using his red Dacia Sandero car, registration number SG19 DCE.

Anyone who sees Mr Grant should call police on 101 quoting “incident number 3208 of 15/02/21”.


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