Scotland: Search of Knoydart area, where police found missing journalist Clive Dennier’s car – 310313 0000z

(Updates at bottom of page)

Inverness Police wish to renew their appeal for information and assistance from the public in relation to missing man Clive Dennier, 50.

Inverness Police renew appeal for missing journalist, Clive Dennier

Inverness Police renew appeal for missing journalist, Clive Dennier

Since Mr Dennier was reported missing after failing to arrive for work in Grantown On Spey on the morning of Monday 25 March 2013 members of the public have continued to call in to assist with information to help the police enquiry. Despite this and extensive police investigation, there is still no indication of the whereabouts of Mr Dennier or his car.

Chief Inspector Graeme Murdoch, Inverness Area Commander said: We are really anxious for Clives safety. Everything we know tells us that his disappearance is unexplained and totally out of character. Officers around the Highlands are actively involved in the search for Clive and we now have an enquiry team dedicated to the investigation.

We are extremely grateful for the ongoing assistance and interest, both from the public and from Clives colleagues in the media. Finding Clives car would be a real breakthrough and we would ask everyone out there to help us by looking out for it.

Have you seen this car?SX54 CXD

Have you seen this car?
SX54 CXD

Mr Dennier is believed to be in possession of a silver Volkswagen Polo motor car registration number SX54 CXD. The car is missing its wheel trims.

Any person with information, however insignificant it may seem, should contact the police by calling 101.

Police trace car in search for missing man Clive Dennier.

Fri, 29 Mar 2013 13:13:0 GMT
Police can now confirm that following extensive searches across the Highlands for missing man Clive Dennier, his car was located this morning in the Knoydart area west of Invergarry. The car was found by police as part our coordinated search strategy.As a result of this development, organised searches of the area have now commenced. At this time two mountain rescue teams, police search dogs are deployed to the search.

Mr Denniers family have been updated. This remains a very anxious time for them and they ask that their privacy is respected.

Source:
Lomond Mountain Rescue Team

Update 30 Mar 2013 2355z:

Search continues for missing man Clive Dennier

Sat, 30 Mar 2013 23:37:0 GMT

An extensive search continues for missing man Clive Dennier. Following the discovery of his car in the Kinlochourn area on Friday 29th March searching has been foccused on Friday and Saturday around Knoydart Peninsula, Kinlochourn, Barrisdale and Glen Quoich.
The search is being coordinated by Northern Constabulary with searches being carried out by Glenelg, Kintail and Royal Air Force mountain rescue teams, Coastguard and Police dog units. Skywatch have provided assistance with aerial searching.
This is an understandably anxious time for Mr Dennier’s family and they request that their privacy be respected.

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