Matthew Elmer’s family makes tearful plea for help

Matthew Elmer's parents Ian and Catherine Elmer, friend Angus Sinclair and sister Bethan Elmer. Picture: Julie Bull
Matthew Elmer's parents Ian and Catherine Elmer, friend Angus Sinclair and sister Bethan Elmer. Picture: Julie Bull
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THE family of missing man, Matthew Elmer, have today made an emotional appeal for him to come home a fortnight after his disappearance.

The 23 year-old, from Livingston, was last seen at his family home in Poplar Grove around 6pm on Saturday, February 13.

Matthew Elmer's parents Ian and Catherine Elmer. Picture: Julie Bull

Matthew Elmer's parents Ian and Catherine Elmer. Picture: Julie Bull

The keen musician has not been in touch with anyone since.

In an emotional appeal at Livingston Police Station this afternoon, his family said their fears were growing, and they just want to know Matthew is safe.

His dad, Ian Elmer, said: “It’s been a living nightmare, time has just stopped still for us.

“We just want Matthew to know that he’s not in any trouble - not with us, not with the police.

Matthew Elmer was last seen on February 13. Picture: supplied

Matthew Elmer was last seen on February 13. Picture: supplied

“All we need to know is that he is safe.”

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