Police Scotland have appealed to the public to help their colleagues in West Yorkshire trace a missing 25-year-old.
Nial Atkin, went missing from Huddersfield on Wednesday, May 13, and police are concerned for his wellbeing.
Officers think he may have travelled to Scotland, but have not yet ruled out that he remains in the North of England.
In a post on social media, Police Scotland asked followers: “Can you help our colleagues in West Yorkshire Police trace Nial?”
Nial is white, 6’4”, slim, and has short brown hair which may be messy. He also has a beard.
Anyone who has seen Nial, or who has any information about him is asked to contact Kirklees CID at West Yorkshire Police on 101 referencing police log 0803 of May 13.
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