Family of missing Allan Bryant to leaflet every single house in Glenrothes

The family of a missing Fife man Allan Bryant are to leaflet every single home in Glenrothes in a bid to find their loved one.

Monday, 22nd January 2018, 3:12 pm
Updated Friday, 26th January 2018, 4:18 pm
Allan's parents Allan Snr and Marie Degan at their home with the inital police poster issued soon after their son's disappearance.

The missing man’s father Allan Bryant Snr has unveiled the ambitions plan, which involves putting as leaflet through the door of every home of the town’s 40,000 residents as part of a continuing effort to find the whereabouts of his missing son.

Allan Bryant Jnr, 23 at the time of his disappearance, has not been seen since leaving a night club in the town in the early hours of November 3, 2013.

The family have campaigned tirelessly to keep their son in the public eye but despite appeals from both the family and the police, they are no nearer knowing what has happened to the Glenrothes man.

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“It’s an ambitious plan bu t else are we supposed to do?” said Mr Bryant Snr.

“We are now having a flyer designed and are raising funds to cover the cost of the leaftlet drop and to get the van updated with the new details.

“It might just trigger someone’s memory and bring about some new leads, we have do what we can and as I’ve said many times before, we will never give up searching for Allan, we must continue.”

A number of high profile events, coupled with numerous television appearances, and continued support from the public has also failed bring any new information.