Man who vanished in campervan found and taken to hospital
Ian Mills, 55, disappeared after leaving Fife in a silver Volkswagen T5 at around 6pm on Thursday.
A man who went missing from Fife after driving off in a campervan has been found and taken to hospital for treatment.
Ian Mills, 55, disappeared after leaving Crail's High Street in a silver Volkswagen T5 at around 6pm on Thursday.
He got in contact with family members later on that night, but then failed to get in touch with anyone after that.
Concerned for his welfare due to the adverse weather, police launched a search and made a public appeal on Saturday.
On Sunday morning, the force confirmed Mr Mills had been traced in the Trossachs area shortly before 10pm the previous night and was taken to Forth Valley Royal Hospital in Larbert.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Police in Fife can confirm that missing man, Ian Mills, has now been traced.
"The 55-year-old left the Crail area on Thursday evening, and was traced shortly before 10pm last night in the Trossachs.
"He has been taken to the Forth Valley Royal Hospital for treatment.
"Officers would like to thank the public and media for sharing our appeals for information."