Police are appealing to members of the public for help in tracing Keith MacGregor, 35, who has been missing from his home in Rosyth since yesterday (July 16). 

Police have described him as "high risk" and say he was last seen in Overton Mains, Kirkcaldy, around 3pm yesterday.

He is described as white, 6 ft 1, skinny build, with cropped strawberry blond hair and when last seen was wearing an orange Rangers FC top, a rain jacket, denim jeans, Adidas trainers and carrying a black Puma rucksack.

Sergeant Chris McGlinchey, Dalgety Bay Police Station, said: "We believe that Keith may have been in a wooded area of Heathery Wood, Kirkcaldy, yesterday or today.

"Officers have been searching the area as well as checking with family and friends, however, unfortunately, no one has seen or heard from him since yesterday afternoon.

"We are keen to trace Keith to make sure he is safe and well and would appeal to members of the public to look out for him.

"We are liaising with colleagues at British Transport Police as well as working with local bus, train and taxi companies.

"We'd also ask Keith himself to get in touch with us so that we can make sure he is ok."

If you have seen Keith, or have any information about where he may be, then please call officers at Dalgety Bay Police Station via 101 and quote reference number 0681 of Friday, 17 July, 2020.