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Billboard drive as search for Allan continues

The family of missing Glenrothes man Allan Bryant have made a mobile billboard to be driven and  place in prominent areas around the town

The family of missing Glenrothes man Allan Bryant have made a mobile billboard to be driven and place in prominent areas around the town

The family of missing Glenrothes man Allan Bryant are to take a specially prepared billboard on the road in a bid to bring the return of their missing son.

Allan Bryant Snr hopes the billboard, which features images of the missing 24-year-old, will jog people’s memories and bring about information as to his whereabouts.

Allan has not been seen since he was captured on CCTV leaving Styx Nightclub, Caskieberran Road, Glenrothes at 2.02 a.m. on November 3, 2013.

Mr Bryant Snr told the Gazette the family would never give up the search for their missing son despite there being no new developments in the ongoing Police investigation into his disappearance.

“The anguish that this family is going through is intolerable,” said Mr Bryant Snr.

“But we must continue to do all we possibly can to bring him back.
“We’ll be taking the mobile billboard out around the town and hopefully it will trigger someone’s memory, someone somewhere will have seen Allan after he left Styx and that little bit of information could be the breakthrough to finding him.”

The family plan to place the billboard in prominent areas around the town including supermarkets, shops and busy evening areas as they seek to keep Allan’s disappearance in the public eye.

“The continued support of many people in Glenrothes and across Fife has been awesome and has kept us going,” said Mr Bryant Snr.

“We must on, we can’t give up hope.”

As donations continue to pour in to the search fund the family’s plight was lifted with the delivery of football signed by the entire Celtic team, the club supported by the 24-year-old.

“When it was delivered it was the first time I’d smiled in weeks,” said Mr Bryant Snr.

The ball will now be auctioned to raise funds to keep the campaign to find Allan going.

It’s the second example of help from from the Glasgow football club, in December images of Allan were displayed across the scoreboard to 60,000 fans at Celtic Park as part of the on-going search for information.

 

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