Police ‘committed to get answers’ for Allan Bryant’s family

The missing man was last seen seven years ago on November 3 shortly after 2am in Glenrothes, Fife.

Police ‘committed to get answers’ for Allan Bryant’s family Police Scotland
Missing: Allan Bryant has not been seen since November 3, 2013.

Police say they are “committed to get answers” for the family of a man who went missing from a Fife nightclub seven years ago. 

Allan Bryant, who was 23 when he disappeared, was last pictured on CCTV in Caskieberran Road, Glenrothes, shortly after 2am on Sunday, November 3, 2013.

The previous night Mr Bryant had walked with friends to an engagement party at Leslie Golf Club from his home in Ednam Drive.

He arrived at the golf club around 9pm and left about midnight when he travelled by minibus to Styx nightclub in the town.

Mr Bryant then left the club at 2.02am, which is approximately a one mile walk away from his home.

Despite extensive searches and public appeals by Mr Bryant’s family and police, he has not been seen or heard from since.

Detective chief inspector Kevin Houliston said: “The past month has been especially difficult for the Bryant family and my thoughts are with them as they see another anniversary pass.

“We remain committed to trying to get answers for Allan’s family. Our enquiries to establish the circumstances surrounding his disappearance continue to this day.

“Any new details that we receive will be fully investigated. I would once again urge anyone who may hold information which could assist us, no matter how small it might seem, to report this as soon as possible.”

My Bryant is described as white, 5ft 6, medium build, with short brown hair, blue eyes and tattoos on both arms.

When last seen, he was wearing a Voi t-shirt with three bands of colour – navy on the top, grey in the middle and white on the bottom, dark-coloured denim jeans and grey leather plimsolls.

Those who may be able to help can call Police Scotland on 101 or email OperationToner@scotland.pnn.police.uk, contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, or call or text the charity Missing People on 116 000.