16th November 2018
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Missing crofter was ‘seen in Lerwick’

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Missing crofter Colin Arnot may have been seen in Lerwick last week, police have said.

Officers have renewed their appeal to trace North Roe man Mr Arnot who has been missing for more than a week.

But in a new statement police say: “There are indications of a positive sighting on Tuesday, 26th November, in Lerwick and it is requested that anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Colin Arnot please contact Police Scotland on 101.”

Mr Arnot has access to a green Mitsubishi Shogun registered number X699 VYA. He may also have access to a small dark car, although no further description of this vehicle was available.

Police have also urged Mr Arnot to get in touch by contacting the local police station in Lerwick, or on 101, so that it can be confirmed that he is safe and well.

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