Fife law enforcement locate motorcycle belonging to lacking Inverkeithing person Robert Clark who the general public have been warned not to strategy

Despite enquiries into a number of probable sightings, police have but to obtain the 58-calendar year-old but it has now emerged his Honda CBR600 bike was recovered at Fordell Industrial Estate in Crossgates on Monday, January 11.

Chief Inspector Paul Dick claimed: “Extensive enquiries have been ongoing to trace Mr Clark because he was reported missing in November. We have a short while ago situated his motorcycle but we are nevertheless to locate Mr Clark.

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“We will go on to comply with up on every single piece of information and facts we receive so I would urge any one who believes they may perhaps have noticed Mr Clark to get in contact.

“We would inquire customers of the community not to technique him but would talk to any individual who has found him or who has any facts to please get in contact with us right away. We would also appeal to Mr Clark himself to get in contact.”

Mr Clark is explained as 5ft 9ins tall, of trim create with limited dark and greying hair. He wears glasses and is known to have a goatee beard but he could now be cleanse shaven.

When very last observed he was wearing a black motorbike jacket with green inlays, black jeans and brown boots. He was also putting on a red coloured bike helmet.

Police have renewed their appeal for information to trace missing Fife man Robert Clark, whose motorcycle was recently recovered at an industrial estate.
Law enforcement have renewed their attraction for details to trace missing Fife gentleman Robert Clark, whose bike was recently recovered at an industrial estate.

Anybody with details is questioned to get hold of Law enforcement Scotland on 101, quoting reference variety 1487 of 17 of November, 2020.

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