Concerns for welfare of man missing in Fife for two days
Appeal to trace Henry Davidson who was last seen in Kirkcaldy on Tuesday morning.
Police are concerned for the welfare of a man who has been missing in Fife for two days.
An appeal has been launched to find 59-year-old Henry Davidson, who was last seen at an address in Lismore Avenue, Kirkcaldy, at around 9am on Tuesday.
He is described as a white man of stocky build, around 5ft 11in, with short black hair which is balding. He may also have facial hair and his right ear is pierced.
He is believed to be wearing a white t-shirt, jeans and white Nike trainers. He wears a Rangers FC dog tag and may also be wearing a suit.
Inspector Karen Muirhead of Levenmouth Police Station said: "Henry has now been missing for some time and we are now growing very concerned for his welfare.
"I would ask anyone who has seen Henry, or recognises his description, to contact us as soon as possible.
"I would also ask Henry, if he does see this message, to get in touch with either his family or police to let us know he's okay."
Anyone with information regarding Henry's whereabouts is asked to contact officers at Levenmouth Police Station on 101, quoting incident number 4105 of November 15.