Police still seeking missing man, 71
Police today asked for the public's help finding a 71-year-old man who has been missing for two weeks.
A police spokesman said that the whereabouts of Robert Douglas is “a matter of priority for police”.
He added: “There have been several reported sightings of Mr Douglas by members of the public.
“Officers have been conducting extensive searches in areas of reported sightings as well in the areas of parks trails and nature reserves near his residence.”
Mr Douglas, from Hamilton Parish, was last seen on March 24 near his home on My Lord's Bay Lane.
He is described as being between 6ft 2in and 6ft 3in, of slim build and dark complexion.
Mr Douglas was last seen wearing a faded blue hat, a blue sweat top with a dark long-sleeve shirt underneath, long black sweatpants, long red socks and black sneakers with a white trim.
Mr Douglas is known to walk between his residence, the Crawl Hill Esso service station and the Shelly Bay MarketPlace.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts should call police on 247-1624.
Anyone who comes into contact with him is asked to remain with him until police arrive.