Police in Fife are continuing enquiries in trying to locate Gary Robinson, 43, who has been reported missing from the Rosyth area.

A new image of Gary is being released after further enquiries revealed that Gary was seen around 6am this morning (Saturday 13 May) at Waverley Train Station in Edinburgh.

Initially officers thought the last sighting of him was on Friday, 12 May, in the Park Lea area of Rosyth.

Dunfermline Press: Friends and family are appealing for Gary to get in touch.Friends and family are appealing for Gary to get in touch. (Image: Police Scotland Fife)

There is a possibility he may have taken a train and travelled down south where he has connections in the Dorset area.

Gary is described as around 5ft 8in tall, of stocky muscular build, close-shaven head and neatly trimmed beard.

Gary is wearing a red polo top, blue jeans and light brown boots. He is also carrying a black backpack.

Dunfermline Press: An image of Gary at Waverley Station in Edinburgh.An image of Gary at Waverley Station in Edinburgh. (Image: Police Scotland Fife)

Sergeant Alexander Brydon, from Dalgety Bay Police Station, said: “I am appealing for Gary to get in touch with us. His friends and family are extremely concerned and just want him home safe and well. We have a number of police resources and are liaising with our policing counterparts, in trying to locate Gary. I am now looking for the assistance from the public”.

If you believe you have seen Gary or have any information as to his whereabouts, please contact 101 quoting incident no 3164 of the 12 May, 2023.