Norman still missing two weeks on

Police are issuing stills from CCTV footage of missing person, 66 year old Norman Galbraith, who was last seen at his home at Queens Avenue, Ballymoney, on the evening of Friday 31 July.
Police are issuing stills from CCTV footage of missing person, 66 year old Norman Galbraith, who was last seen at his home at Queens Avenue, Ballymoney, on the evening of Friday 31 July.

Police continue to appeal for information in the whereabouts of missing Ballymoney man Norman Galbraith.

Norman has been missing now for two weeks and police carried out a road-stop operation on the Garryduff Road at the weekend.

Mr Galbraith, who is 66, has been missing from his home since 31 July.

A number of sightings are being followed up by police.

Detective Inspector Alan Pyper said: “The purpose of Saturday morning’s operation was to revisit an area where Mr Galbraith had been seen and to speak to motorists who may have been on the road at that time.”

Mr Pyper added: “We are grateful to all those who have reported possible sightings to us.

“Our operation to find Mr Galbraith continues.”

Anyone who believes that they may have seen Mr Galbraith is asked to contact local police on the 101 number, quoting the reference number 1123 of 1 August.