Christmas appeal over missing Allan
Police have renewed their appeal for information into the disappearance of missing Glenrothes man Allan Bryant whose family are facing their fifth Christmas without him.
Allan was last seen leaving Styx nightclub just after 2am on 3rd November 2013.
Detective Inspector Stuart Wilson, who is leading the inquiry team, said, “Allan’s loved ones are facing their fifth Christmas without him and without knowing what has happened to him, so I want to take this opportunity to appeal again for anyone who has any information, no matter how small or irrelevant they may think it is, to contact police to bring answers to the Bryant family.
“This can only be done with the backing of the community and I would like to thank them for their support this year. Through the course of our investigation we have received numerous pieces of information from the community, all of which have been acted upon, but unfortunately they have not resulted in establishing what has happened to Allan or identifying where he is.
“I want to assure the public that any information they may wish to pass will be handled confidentially, will be fully assessed and we will take any action that is needed. This has in 2017 included speaking to witnesses, noting statements and carrying out searches using various specialists and experts as appropriate.
“Anyone who might have seen Allan after he left Styx, or might have information on his whereabouts, should please call 101 quoting Operation Toner, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. Emails can also be sent to OperationToner@scotland.pnn.police.uk .”