The family of missing Skegness man David Le-Man have released additional details of his movements on the day of his disappearance - in the hope that further eyewitnesses may be found.
David, 51, vanished while out walking his dog Millie on the beach in the Skegness area on Monday, February 4.
The local community has rallied round in the days since David went missing - and hundreds of volunteers have scoured the dunes in the hope of finding signs of the popular figure.
But there has been no sign of David since the last reported sighting shortly before 4pm on the day of his disappearance.
Earlier this week the police issued a fresh appeal for witnesses, and David’s family has also now come forward to reveal the various eyewitness sightings on the day David vanished in the hope of jogging someone’s memory.
David was seen at these times and locations -
- 9am-10am (roughly) - on the beach south of Princes Parade and also on rough path between Festival car park and Princes Parade car park at 9.30am.
- 9.30am - on the beach towards Gibraltar Point
- 11am - on the beach towards Gibraltar Point
- 12.30pm - seen for 20 minutes at Gibraltar Point near lagoon
- At some point between 1pm and 3pm at Gibraltar Point near Lagoon
- 2.30pm - at Gibraltar Point near Lagoon
- 2.20pm and again at 3pm - not far from Gibraltar Point Viewpoint staring out to sea; Millie sat beside him
- 3.30pm (roughly) - Walking north not far from where the Care Home is but on the beach; Millie on the lead
The family added that the last eye-witness was ‘adamant’ that Millie was on the lead when they spotted David. Previous sightings in the day had Millie running loose.
Millie was found running around by the emergency services shortly before midnight on February 4. She was wearing her lead and collar.
David is described by police as being of mixed race, around six feet tall, with a shaven head. He was wearing jeans and a jacket, but was seen that day without the jacket in just a t-shirt.
Anyone with information should call the police on 101.