Mr Gador has gone missing in the Stornoway area. Photo: Stuart Wilding CC-BY-SA-2.0

Mr Gador has gone missing in the Stornoway area. Photo: Stuart Wilding CC-BY-SA-2.0

Police are appealing for sightings of a man who went missing on a Hebridean island.

Tamas Gador was reported missing today, Wednesday, after failing to arrive at his accommodation after embarking on a camping trip on Lewis.

Northern Constabulary said it was concerned for the welfare of Mr Gador, from Hungary, who was visiting the Stornoway area.

Police appealed for anyone with information or who might have seen him to contact them.

Mr Gador, who was visiting the Stornoway area over the weekend,  is described as 6ft (1.83m) tall, of slim build, with neck-length dark hair and with a beard but no moustache.

Tamas Gador

Tamas Gador

He was last seen wearing a bright green waterproof jacket, light-coloured trousers, walking boots and carrying a large rucksack and had a dome tent with a red rain cover, police said.

A Northern Constabulary spokesperson said: “It is possible that Mr Gador made other accommodation arrangements while visiting the area, but police are keen to speak to him directly, to anyone who has seen a man matching his description or to anyone who knows of his whereabouts on 01851 702222.

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