Family call in private detectives in search for missing Fife man

The father of missing Fife man Allan Bryant, has met with private investigators in a bid to find out what has happened to his son.

Friday, 24th March 2017, 4:43 pm
Updated Saturday, 25th March 2017, 11:59 am
Allan Bryant Snr with his son Allan who has been missing since November, 2013.

Allan Bryant Snr had a face-to-face meeting with detectives from the Association of British Investigators to discuss the disappearance of his son Allan who has not been seen since leaving Styx nightclub in his home town of Glenrothes in the early hours of November 3, 2013.

“It’s another long shot but the discussions were positive and they feel there is some aspects of Allan’s disappearance that have not fully been explored,” said Mr Bryant Snr.

“I’ll admit, we are running out of ideas and place to look, but we will never give up.”

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Mr Bryant has his own theory as to who is behind his sons disappearance and has reiterated that there people in Glenrothes who know of his son’s whereabouts.

“I’ve said all along that there are people know more than they are letting on,” he said.

Since Allan’s disappearance in November 2013, the Bryant family have done everything possible to keep their plight in the public eye.

A number of television appearances, extensive searches of local waterways, woodland and underground drainage systems have all been unsuccessful.

And despite the continued support of the public both online and in the region, the Bryant family’s anguish continues as their son remains missing.

“It’s a daily agony for us but we have to keep searching,” said Mr Bryant.