David Low has been reported missing after going walking in Glen Coe

David Low has been reported missing after going walking in Glen Coe

Police in the Highlands are appealing for help in finding a missing hillwalker.

Officers said David Low is believed to have left his car in Glen Coe about 9am on Wednesday.

Police Scotland said the 47-year-old, from Bridge of Allan, is a keen walker but details of his route are unknown.

He is believed to have set off from his vehicle, a 2005 black Land Rover Defender, in the car park next to the Three Sisters in the glen.

He is 6ft 3ins (1.91m) tall and is likely to be wearing a two-tone blue waterproof jacket or khaki-green puffer jacket and would have been carrying a black rucksack with an orange trim.

Inspector Ross McCartney said: “David’s family are becoming increasingly concerned. It’s out of character for him not to come home after a walk and not to be in touch with his partner while out.

“I would ask anyone who has information on the whereabouts of David or believes they may have seen him at any time since Wednesday to please contact Police on 101, quoting reference number 3435 of 2 March 2022.”

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