Family 'increasingly concerned' for missing man from Kirkcaldy

Graham Challis, 59, was last seen at around 7am on Saturday, March 19.

Family ‘increasingly concerned’ for welfare of missing man from Kirkcaldy Police Scotland

The family of a man missing from Kirkcaldy are becoming “increasingly concerned” for his welfare.

Graham Challis, 59, was last seen at around 7am on Saturday, March 19 when he left his home in the Links Street area of the town.

He is described as around 5ft 11ins, of medium build with a bald head.

When last seen, he was wearing dark coloured jeans, a green puffer style jacked with no hood, a black tammy hat and blue trainers.

Sergeant Lesley Couper said: “Graham has never been missing before and this is completely out of character.

“His family are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare and we just want to find him to make sure he is safe and well.

“He is known to go walking along the coast path between Kirkcaldy and Burntisland so we are asking people in the area to look out for him and let us know if they see anyone matching his description.

“In addition, we are asking anyone who was driving in Links Street and the Esplanade in Kirkcaldy, as well as surrounding streets, who might have captured something on dash-cam between 6am and 12 noon on Saturday, March 19, that could help to also get in touch.”

Anyone who can help is asked to call Police Scotland on 101, quoting incident number 3537 of Saturday, March 19.