POLICE in Germany have been criticised over aspects of their investigation into the disappearance of Scotsman Liam Colgan.
The 29-year-old from Inverness went missing more than a week ago while on his brother’s stag weekend in Hamburg.
Friend Alan Pearson yesterday claimed Hamburg police did not appear to treat Mr Colgan’s disappearance seriously when it was first reported.
And he claimed that vital CCTV footage cannot be accessed “because the bar manager has forgotten the password”.
Mr Colgan was in the city for a stag weekend ahead of his brother’s Eamonn’s wedding. After a night out last Friday he did not return to his youth hostel.
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