David Mark Hill: Police believe missing Essex man 'could be in Edinburgh'
Police Scotland have teamed up with a force in Essex to find a missing man who may have travelled to Edinburgh.
David Mark Hill, 55, has been reported missing from his home in Grays, Essex.
He is described as being 5ft 7ins tall with dark hair and a beard. The 55-year-old is thought to be wearing ash-cloured chinos, a black jacket, a backpack, red and black Nike Air trainers.
Mary Moriarty, the 'Queen of Leith', dies aged 83 - tributes pour in for community champion
Edinburgh crime: The number of registered sex offenders living in Edinburgh and the Lothians postcode
King Charles Edinburgh: King Charles III arrives on helicopter at Holyrood Park ahead of visit to Palace of Holyrood House
Essex Police believe that he may have travelled almost 400 miles from his home to Edinburgh.
Officers from the local police force are now working with Police Scotland in their search.
In a social media appeal, Essex Police wrote: “We’re appealing for the public’s help to find David Mark Hill, who's missing from #Grays.
“We're carrying out a number of enquiries in order to locate him and we now believe he could be in #Edinburgh.
“We're now working [email protected]”
Officers have urged anyone with information on Mr Hill’s whereabouts to call 101 immediately.