New photograph of missing Glenrothes man issued

The new photograph of Wayne Fleming issued by police.
The new photograph of Wayne Fleming issued by police.

A new photograph of a missing Glenrothes man has been issued by police.

Wayne ‘Bagsy’ Fleming (39), was reported missing two weeks ago.

Wayne Fleming

Wayne Fleming

He has not been in touch with his family since early March.

The new photograph follows an appeal from police earlier this week to trace a woman they would like to speak to.

She is described as around 25-years-old with long blonde hair.

She was wearing a short denim skirt or shorts, white and pink Nike Air Max trainers and she was carrying a Lidl shopping bag.

The woman is believed to have been in Leven town centre on Saturday, July 4 between 4pm and 6pm in the company of a man matching the description of Wayne.

Inspector Derek Paxton said: “We are keen to speak to this woman to find out if she has seen Wayne or knows where he might be. I’d like to emphasise she is not in any kind of trouble.

“We would also like to thank the public and media again for their assistance. We have conducted extensive door-to-door enquiries in Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy and Leven.

“Posters of the missing man have been issued to shops, doctors’ surgeries and other outlets. We are also speaking to Wayne’s friends. These efforts are helping to build up a picture of Wayne’s movements.

“We would encourage anyone who might have information to contact us on 101.”