Police searching for missing Fife man say they are growing increasing concerned for his welfare after not being seen since Sunday.
Officers have appealed to the public to help locate Christopher Scappaticcio, missing from the Cowdenbeath area of Fife.
Christopher, 32, was last seen by his brother at about 11.40am on Sunday, October 11, near the shop on Sherbrooke Road, Rosyth, where he stated he was going to see a friend called Aaron.
Concern is growing for the man’s welfare after not being seen since Christopher has not been seen since, and his family have been unable to contact him.
He has various links to the Cowdenbeath/Lochgelly areas.
Christopher is described as white, 6ft 2inch tall, medium build, short brown hair, and was last seen wearing a full grey Tracksuit and a black cap.
Sergeant Derek Radcliffe said: “I am appealing to anyone who may know Christopher, or who may have seen or spoke with him since Sunday October 11 to contact Police.
“His family are becoming concerned that Christopher has not been in contact, and want to know that he is safe and well.
“If anyone has any information or knowledge to Christopher’s whereabouts, please contact us.”
“Anyone with information is asked to call Police Scotland on 101, quoting incident number 0957 of Monday, October 12, 2020.”
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