POLICE are anxious to trace an Aberdeen man who has been missing from his home in Hutcheon Street since 9 April.
Seventy two year old Peter Cooper is known to have links to Shetland, but also to Nairn and Inverness.
Cooper has a medical condition for which he requires to take medication.
He was described by police as being 5’7″ tall, medium build, with balding grey hair and a grey beard.
He was last seen wearing khaki combat trousers and a light coloured army style camouflage jacket.
DI Stewart Mackie from Police Scotland said: “We are becoming more and more concerned for Mr Cooper, particularly given his age and the amount of time since he was last seen.
“I would urge him to contact us, or alternatively a family member or friend to confirm that he is safe and well.”
Any person who believes they may know the whereabouts of Cooper is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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