Glyn Smith Wiki
Cops have restarted their search for a senior named Glyn Smith who went missing three weeks ago while on a Scots walking tour. Glyn Smith was last seen on April 28 in the Highlands.
He is from Cambridgeshire and was last seen on a walking trip to northern Scotland when he vanished.
He was last spotted around Loch Ailsh, near Benmore Lodge, according to police. Glyn’s family is growing increasingly concerned because he has not communicated with them. In addition, the OAP missed a scheduled excursion with a group of friends.
Glyn Smith is 76 years old.
Glyn Smith Missing
Glyn’s description was released by cops, who asked the public to keep an eye out for him. He is characterized as being white, 5ft 6in tall, and thin. He was last spotted wearing outdoor attire and carrying a knapsack, according to reports.
Anyone who has seen him since Sunday, April 24 is encouraged to contact the police. The Cape Wrath Ultra, a 400-kilometer running excursion from Fort William to Cape Wrath that takes place over eight days from Sunday, May 22 to May 29, has been renewed by police in the Highlands.
Due to the high volume of traffic in the region, cops republished the description, warning runners that he is known to use a green one-man tent and advising them to keep a watch out. According to a police appeal: “Enquiries are ongoing to trace missing walker Glyn Smith, 76, last seen around Benmore Lodge near Loch Ailsh on 28 April.
This is Glyn Smith from Cambridge. He is an experienced walker and camper who has gone missing in Scotland. We think he was heading for Skye but may have changed his mind because cash was withdrawn from his account in Dundee. Not seen since 20 April. pic.twitter.com/HGSLy3OLSK
— Richard Lyle A100394 (@RichHL) May 13, 2022
“He is known to use a green one person tent. The area is likely to be busy this weekend with those taking part in the Cape Wrath Ultra.
“We would urge everyone to be vigilant and report anything of note to us. You can call Police Scotland on 101 quoting reference 2232 of 12 May, 2022,” TheScottishSun reported.
The organizers of the Cape Wrath Ultra confirmed that all event participants had been informed about Glyn and advised to keep an eye out.
Additionally, posters have been placed throughout the event camp.
Enquiries are ongoing to trace missing walker Glyn Smith, 76, last seen around Benmore Lodge near Loch Ailsh on 28 April. He is known to use a green one person tent. The area is likely to be busy this weekend with those taking part in the @CapeWrathUltra. pic.twitter.com/5SK4W8UxEr
— Northern Police (@northernPolice) May 21, 2022