The sounds of tooting car horns could be heard across Glenrothes on Sunday night as a car cruise in memory of Allan Bryant proceeded through the town.
Around 100 vehicles formed a travelling convoy as part of the family’s bid to keep the case of their missing son in the public eye.
Carloads from as far away as Ayr, Edinburgh and Dundee cruised through the various precincts that make up Glenrothes, with the route including a poignant drive past Styx nightclub, the site of last confirmed sighting of the missing man, 23-years-old at the time of his disappearance.
CCTV footage shows Allan leaving the nightclub at around 2.03am on Sunday, November 3, 2013, there has been no trace of him since.
Despite a huge police enquiry and tireless efforts by the missing man’s family, the agony of not knowing what happened to their son has left Allan’s father Allan Bryant Snr describing each day as a “living hell”.
“We just want to do as much as we can to keep the issue of Allan’s disappearance in the public domain and the car cruise helped do that,” said Mr Bryant Snr.
“I can’t begin to thank everyone enough for attending, it means so much to me and my family.”
The cruise took place just 24 hours before the family face the agonising reality of a second anniversary since their son disappeared.
“Each day is a nightmare but we will never stop until we bring Allan home and get closure to all of this,” said Mr Bryant Snr.
“The public’s support throughout our ordeal has been amazing, from supports events such as the car cruise to helping keep Allan in the forefront of everyone’s minds, I would like to thank them all.”
Mr Bryant Snr was unable to attend the cruise in person last night due to poor health but later that evening thanked supporters via the Find Allan Bryant Facebook page, which now has almost 60,000 followers.