Tony Parsons set off from Fort William on a 104-mile charity experience on September 29, 2017. He hasn’t been seen since. His household have urged the general public to assist clear up the thriller.
Parsons, from Tillicoultry close to Stirling, had deliberate to experience dwelling from Fort William, having taken the practice up earlier that day.
At 6pm, he was captured on CCTV using his yellow-framed bike on the A82 by Glencoe Village.
He was final seen when he left the Bridge of Orchy Lodge, which lies on the West Highland Method, north of Loch Lomond, at roughly 11.30pm, setting off south alongside the A82 within the route of Tyndrum.
Searches have been carried out within the space by mountain rescue groups, volunteers, Police Scotland canine and the drive’s air help unit, however neither Parsons nor his bike have been ever discovered.
Talking on behalf of the household this week, his son Mike Parsons stated: “None of us ever dreamt that three years in the past my dad would have gone on his charity bike experience and we might by no means see him once more.
“Consequently my household and I’ve been left with so many unanswered questions that now we have to dwell with each single day about the place he’s.
“As every particular household event passes and seeing his grandchildren rising up with out their grandad, it reminds us of the tough actuality of him not being right here.
“I might ask that when you’ve got any data, regardless of how small, please contact the police as it might assist to offer us the assistance and solutions we’re searching for.”
Detective Inspector David Macgregor stated: “Tony’s household has now endured three years of not realizing the place he’s or what may need occurred to him.
“Our ideas are very a lot with them and stay solely dedicated to offering them with the solutions they search.
“We need to individuals to bear in mind that Tony continues to be lacking. When you have any data in any respect, regardless of how small it appears, then please come ahead.
“We now have by no means discovered Tony’s bicycle which has a yellow body and black handlebars. In case you suppose you might have seen this bicycle or any items of biking gear someplace misplaced then please get in contact as a matter of urgency.
“I want to take the chance to thank everybody who has assisted our enquiries to this point and once more urge anybody who could possibly assist to come back ahead.”
Tony is described as white, 5ft9in tall, of stocky construct, with brief greying hair, a moustache and glasses. He has a tattoo of an anchor on his higher proper arm and a tattoo of an eagle on his left.
He was final seen carrying a pink waterproof jacket, a blue long-sleeved biking prime, a high-vis vest, fingerless gloves, with beige fight trousers and strolling boots.
He had a silver and gray biking helmet and was carrying a silver and blue rucksack.
Anybody with data can to contact Police Scotland by way of 101, quoting reference 559 of October 2, 2017.