Mum appeals for missing Glenrothes man to get in touch

Wayne Fleming
Wayne Fleming

The mother of a missing Glenrothes man has appealed to her son to let the family know he is okay.

Wayne ‘Bagsy’ Fleming has not been in touch with his family in the town since early March.

Earlier this week police issued an appeal asking the public to help trace him.

Today (Friday), Wayne’s mother Helen issued a statement through the police.

She said: “We’re asking Wayne to please get in touch with me or any other member of his family, such as his cousin Kerry Ann Brown, or any of his friends.

“We just want to know that he’s okay.”

Police officers and Wayne’s family are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare.

As well as living in the Glenrothes area, Wayne is known to have frequented both the Methil and Kirkcaldy areas and to a lesser extent, Cowdenbeath and Ballingry.

Wayne is described as 5’5”, stocky build, fair complexion, short dark hair with blue eyes.

He has a tattoo of a mushroom on one of his forearms.

He was last seen wearing blue denim jeans, black jacket and dark Nike trainers.

Glenrothes Community Inspector Derek Paxton said: “We are growing more concerned for Wayne’s welfare and we are appealing for Wayne himself to get in touch with police so that we can establish that he is safe and well.

“Anyone who believes they have seen Wayne recently or indeed in the last three to four months, is urged to contact us as soon as possible”.