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**Update as of 22:25 on 8/2/20 – Robert has been found.**
Police are appealing for assistance in tracing 83-year-old Robert Low who has been missing from Albert Street, Leith, since earlier this afternoon Saturday, 8 February 2020.
Robert is described as white, 5ft4 in height, of slim build and when last seen was wearing a blue checked jumper and tracksuit bottoms. No further details at this time.
Inspector Grant McCulloch, Craigmiller Police Station, is asking people to keep a look out for Mr Low. he said:
“We have officers carrying out a search of the area around Albert Street at the moment but would ask members of the public, especially taxi and bus drivers who may be in the area, to keep a look out for Robert.
“He doesn’t, as far as we know, have any money with nor a mobile phone with him. He may have gone into one of the local licensed premises so if you have seen him, then please contact Leith Police Station via 101 and quote reference number 2477 of 8 February, 2020”.
Police Scotland would like to know what issues you think they should prioritise, nationally and in our local area, as well as the best methods for communicating with you.
Your views are important to them and they are committed to using the information to shape their policing priorities – both locally in our area and nationally. They will do this through analysing our feedback and looking at data from a number of other important sources such as local and national crime trends.
What you tell them will also influence how they communicate and engage with you and our community.
Police Scotland have this week launched their consultation on the future of Police services here in Scotland.
It is important that as many members of the community as possible take the time to consider the consultation and respond as the outcome of the consultation will directly impact on how Police services are delivered.
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Police Scotland, City of Edinburgh Council and the Scottish Government have been working together to make £40,000 available in the City of Edinburgh for projects aimed at addressing Islamophobia.
34 projects are in the running to receive grants of up to £5000, with the people of Edinburgh deciding which projects get funding.
If you would like to take part in the decision making process, you can vote online here from today until 12noon on Monday 13 February 2017 or you can visit your nearest City of Edinburgh Council Library.
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