Missing walker Andrew Moorhouse

Missing walker Andrew Moorhouse

Police have appealed to walkers for sightings of a man who has gone missing in the Cairngorms.

Andrew Moorhouse is reported to have gone walking alone on forest paths between Aviemore and Coylumbridge and the Cairngorm Mountains.

The 46-year-old Sheffield man is believed to have arrived in Aviemore by public transport late on Saturday.

Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team members have joined the search for the missing walker, who is described as 5ft 9ins (1.75m) tall, stocky build, with red to greying short hair, dressed in outdoor clothing and carrying a backpack. Police Scotland said Mr Moorhouse speaks with an English accent.

A spokesperson said: “Police are urging anyone in the area, particularly walkers and cyclists in rural locations, to keep a look out for a male matching Andrew’s description and to report any sightings via 101.

“Similarly, if you have any information that could assist officers in tracing Andrew please make contact as a matter of urgency, quoting ‘Storm’ incident 5422 of 15 June 2019.”

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