THE family of missing Scot Liam Colgan have said there has been a sighting of him 30 miles away from Hamburg.
An update posted online by Liam’s loved ones reads: “As many of you will be aware, a sighting of Liam was reported in Harsefeld, a town 50km west of Hamburg.
“Unfortunately, due to the lack of CCTV and photographic evidence, it was not possible to verify this sighting.
“Therefore, we are still uncertain as to Liam’s whereabouts.”
The 29-year-old has not been seen since February 10th, on a night out in Hamburg for his brother’s stag do.
The statement asks people in Hamburg to ‘remain vigilant’ and if they see Liam to take a photo and approach him.
Volunteer efforts to find Liam are ongoing and the German police search remains active.
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