Car rally set to rev up search for Allan Bryant

The parents of Glenrothes man Allan Bryant who went missing on November 2, 2013.
The parents of Glenrothes man Allan Bryant who went missing on November 2, 2013.
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Motorists from across the region will converge on Glenrothes next month to mark the second anniversary of the disappearance of a Glenrothes man.

Over 300 have already confirmed they plan to attend a car rally organised by the family of Allan Bryant, the 25-year-old who has been missing since November 2013.

One of the new posters

One of the new posters

A vehicle parade is planned to pass the Styx nightclub - the last place where Allan was seen – before drivers gather at a nearby industrial estate.

A similar event, held earlier this year, proved a huge success and a morale boost for the family.

“The support was fantastic and all the signs are suggesting this next event will prove to be even bigger,” Allan Bryant Snr said.

“It’s another way to keep our son in the public domain, we won’t let his disappearance be forgotten and it may trigger someone to come forward with new information as to what has happened to our son.”

The family has had 10,000 new posters printed

The family has had 10,000 new posters printed

Allan was last seen leaving the nightclub in Caskieberran Road in the early hours of Sunday November 3, 2013 but despite a huge police enquiry and the family’s efforts, no trace of him has been uncovered.

“Every day is hell for me and my family but we will never give up until we find out what happened to Allan and bring him home,” said Mr Bryant.

And as the dedicated ‘Find Allan Bryant’ Facebook page continues to gather support – the page now has over 54,000 followers – the family has produced a set of new posters in a bid to try to jog someone’s memory.

“We were conscious that we had used the same poster for the last two years so we have had 10,000 of a new design printed and will be distributing these in the coming weeks. We also have 1000 to advertise the car rally,” Allan’s father explained.

“Every day is difficult but this time of year is particularly difficult for the family for obvious reasons,” he added.

The car rally takes place from 6.30pm on Sunday, November 1, where motorists will gather at Pentland Park, Glenrothes.