Kyle Sambrook and his beagle Bane have been reported missing

Kyle Sambrook and his beagle Bane have been reported missing

Police in the Highlands have appealed for sightings of a walker who has been reported missing.

Kyle Sambrook is believed to have been planning an ascent of Buachaille Etive Mòr in Glen Coe.

The 33-year-old, from West Yorkshire, travelled from his home area to Glen Coe on Saturday, arriving about 3.30pm. He was due to return home on Tuesday but failed to arrive. His car was found at the Three Sisters car park.

Police said he was planning to walk and wild camp with his beagle in the Glen Coe area. He has not made contact with anyone since arriving in the glen on Saturday.

Members of Glencoe Mountain Rescue Team are currently searching for Mr Sambrook.

He is described as white, 5ft8ins (1.73m) tall, medium build, ash-blond hair short hair, ginger-blond stubble and blue eyes. He has a West Yorkshire accent.

Officer said he was believed to be wearing khaki and black Merrell hiking boots, khaki and black Revolution Wraith outdoor trousers, a dark- and light-blue hooded Peter Storm waterproof jacket and grey North Face beanie hat. He was carrying a grey and yellow Merrell rucksack.

His dog is a medium-sized beagle, white with brown markings on its back, and is called Bane. Mr Sambrook also had a green two-person tent which he was planning to use.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “If you believe you may have seen Kyle and/or his dog while walking in the hills, or in the area since Saturday 18th, please contact police on 101, quoting reference number MPR7394840223.

“Please also check dashcam footage if you have been in this area since Saturday.”

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