A TWO day underwater search failed to find any sign of missing West Fife dad Reece Rodger at the weekend.

Lancashire-based specialists Beneath the Water were in Perthshire to help with the ongoing search for the 28 year-old.

Reece was reported missing on Sunday, March 19 when he disappeared while camping in the Kinloch Rannoch area.

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His friends saw him around 11.30pm on Saturday and believed he was heading off to bed but there was no trace of him on the Sunday morning and they reported him missing.

Posting an update on the Please Help Find Reece Facebook page, Beneath the Water stated: "Over two days we conducted thorough sonar scans of specifically identified areas of concern including the possible last known location and the east side of the loch including the dam area with depths ranging from zero to 60 metres.

"We were unable to locate any sign of Reece in these areas.

"Loch Rannoch is approximately nine miles long and approximately one mile wide with a deepest recorded depth of 130 metres.

"Sadly Reece Rodger is still missing so please continue to raise awareness."

Family and friends also travelled to Perthshire at the weekend to mark two months since Reece's disappearance.

Posting on Facebook, his partner Paula Airzee said: "We will be marking this poignant day with some green ribbon and messages of love and hope to bring Reece home soon.

"Reece you are my everything – two months without you feels like an eternity. I can’t go on like this anymore."

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Reece is described as 6ft, of medium build with dark hair. When last seen, he was wearing a black long-sleeved t-shirt with distinctive white letters on both sleeves spelling out – MA STRUM, black jogging bottoms and black wellington boots.

Earlier this month, Inspector Steve Gray said that despite extensive enquiries and rigorous searches in the Kinloch Rannoch area where he was last seen, Reece remained a missing person.

“We know how challenging this period has been for his family and loved ones and we have been in regular contact with them to update them on our enquiries," he said.

“We have been supported in our search activity by a number of specialist police resources, including the Dive and Marine and Air Support units, police dogs and partners from mountain rescue.

“In addition to our search activity, we have had staff dedicated to retrieve and review all relevant CCTV as well as extensive house to house enquiries in the area.

“We will continue to act on all information we receive and I would urge anyone who believes they may be able to help to call 101, quoting reference number 1348 of Sunday, 19 March."