Fife police’s hunt for missing Robert Clark nears two weeks
Police have re-appealed for information to help trace missing Robert Clark, from Inverkeithing, who has not been seen for almost two weeks.
Robert was last seen around 8.45pm on Sunday, November 15, in the Lumphinnans area of Fife.
Officers said he is around 5’9” tall, with a slim build and very short, dark or greying hair.
He has a goatee beard and normally wears glasses.
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When last seen, Robert was wearing a black motorcycle jacket, black jeans and brown boots.
Community Policing Inspector Stephen Kay said: “It has been almost a fortnight now since Robert was last seen.
“He keeps in touch with family and friends so not to be in contact for this length of time is concerning for everyone.
"The response from the public to our previous appeals had been good but unfortunately, we still have not managed to find him.
"We believe he has use of his black and red coloured, Honda CBR 600 motorbike, registration, SF51 FYT, so could really have travelled anywhere, however, he tends to stay local if out and about.
"Officers have been carrying out significant enquiries to try and find him but still need the help of the public in the search.
“If you know where he is or have maybe seen him or his bike, then please get in touch with the police as soon as possible.
”We'd also appeal to Robert himself to contact police or his family to let us or them know he is safe and well."
Anyone with information can call 101, quoting incident number 1487 of 17 November, 2020.