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Police Scotland appeal's for help finding Nairn man who went missing with his car

By Philip Murray

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Patrick Mills.
Patrick Mills.

Police are "significantly concerned" for the welfare of a Nairn pensioner who went missing with his car more than a day ago.

Patrick Mills (86) was last seen driving away from his Nairn home at around 9am on Monday, February 5.

Neither he nor his car have been seen since.

Sergeant Craig McGhee said: “We have significant concerns for Patrick’s welfare given he has not been seen since Monday morning and would urge anyone who believes they have seen him or his car to come forward urgently.

“Anyone who can helps is asked to call 101, quoting 'reference 0661 of February 6.”

Patrick is described as being 5ft 7in tall, of large build with grey hair and wears glasses.

When last seen he was wearing a beige long jacket, a tweed hat, blue jeans and black shoes. He also uses a walking stick.

His car is a grey Citroen Berlingo, with the registration MK08 ENW.

His subsequent movements after driving away from his Nairn home are unknown.

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