Appeal for motorcyclist missing from Fife who public have been urged not to approach

A search has been launched for a missing motorcyclist who the public have been urged not to approach.

By Katharine Hay
Wednesday, 18th November 2020, 9:59 pm

Robert Clark, from Inverkeithing, was last seen around 8.45pm on Sunday 15, November, in the Lumphinnans area of Fife.

The 58-year-old is white, about 5 ft 9 in, slim and has very short, dark/greying hair.

He has a goatee beard and normally wears glasses.

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Police Scotland

When he was last seen he was wearing a black motorcycle jacket with green inlays, black jeans and brown boots. He is believed to be riding his black and red coloured, Honda CBR 600 motorbike, registration, SF51 FYT.

Inspector Ian Poolman said: “Extensive enquiries have been ongoing since Robert was reported missing, however, so far we have been unable to locate him. We are keen to trace him as soon as possible. Members of the public are advised not to approach him and if anyone sees him, or has any information regarding his present whereabouts, they should contact us immediately.”

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Robert Clark was last seen around 8.45pm on Sunday 15, November, in the Lumphinnans area of Fife. Picture: Police Scotland

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