Police dogs used to find former RAF pensioner

by Leanne Thompson on September 20, 2008

A former RAF serviceman has disappeared from his home in Edinburgh. He was last seen near a bus stop 3 weeks ago. The pensioner, Alan Goulden, is being sought by police, who have questioned locals in attempt to locate him. The man, sixty-four-years-old, is diabetic and his supply of insulin was found in his house.

The police are now using police dogs to try to locate the pensioner, and track him down before it’s too late. Police Sergeant Jason Gilkison said:

We are hoping to speak to anyone who was in this area and who might have taken a bus from this stop on August 30, around the time Mr Goulden went missing. It is now three weeks since he went missing and we are growing increasingly anxious for his safety.

If anyone sees Mr Goulden in Edinburgh, they’re asked to contact the police immediately.

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