July 3, 2022

THE FATHER of missing Scot Allan Bryant has stated he does not see “light at the close of the tunnel” just days ahead of his son’s 32nd birthday. 

Allan Bryant Snr advised how he can’t rest at evening and however struggles to facial area every day jobs following the disappearance of his son eight decades in the past.

Allan went missing on November 3, 2013, when he was just 23-decades-outdated.

Allan Bryant Snr with his son Allan
Allan Bryant Snr (L) has mentioned he still struggles to slumber at evening pursuing his son’s disappearance.     Credit: Allan Bryant Snr

The youthful Scot was past noticed on CCTV leaving Styx nightclub in Glenrothes, Fife, with little proof pointing to wherever he may well have absent. 

Allan Snr very last night time revealed that he is battling closely with his son’s disappearance and reported the first words that cross his brain just about every early morning are “f**k this life”.

The dejected 56-yr-aged mentioned he is struggling to remain robust even though not having any responses to in which Allan is.

Allan Snr produced the reviews about his daily wrestle on Facebook final night – six days in advance of his son’s 32nd birthday up coming Tuesday.

Allan Bryant, who has been missing since 2013.
Allan Bryant went missing in 2013 when he was just 23-yrs-aged.                                                 Credit: Allan Bryant Snr

He explained: “My son Allan, it’s now been more than 8 decades given that Allan went missing. He was only 23 at the time, this Tuesday my son would be 32.

“I do not know what else to submit, I am battling, am misplaced and I have found a new sorrow and melancholy that I just can not shake off.

“I communicate about heartache and just how considerably we skip our son all the time. It truly goes much deeper than that. I cannot sleep at night.

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“I just can’t cope with simple each day responsibilities and I know the 1st phrases when I wake up in the early morning will be f**k this everyday living like it is every single other morning.

“I keep declaring to myself ‘Allan continue to be strong’, the reality is how can you? I am actually missing at the minute I am in a dim put with no light-weight at the end of the tunnel.

“I really don’t just miss my son Allan, it is tearing me to bits.”

The publish has collected hundreds of comments from users who sent messages of assistance to the Bryant loved ones

Just one consumer wrote: “Aww bless you. I hope you get the solutions you desperately need to put an conclude to your family members torture.” 

An additional wrote: “I cannot feel it has taken all this time and continue to very little to stick to up from the law enforcement. It is so unhappy for you, this dwelling nightmare goes on. You should someone enable this poor household.” 

One member commented: “I can’t picture the suffering this is resulting in your complete relatives. I nevertheless can’t consider you are nevertheless in this posture with no answers. It is truly heartbreaking that there are folks who could finish this for you and won’t do the decent point.” 

Another replied: “I hope you get answers one particular working day before long. I genuinely do not know how anybody could snooze at night time if they realized a thing and did not say nearly anything.

“Surely any one with an ounce of decency can see the torment your loved ones is likely through and discuss up.” 

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Allan Snr also continued to urge customers of the community to make contact with law enforcement if they have any info about his son’s disappearance.

He claimed: “Please do the ideal factor and call the police and stop this nightmare. This is a dwelling hell for our relatives. We will hardly ever cease until Allan is located.

“Please if any person has any information, please make contact with the law enforcement on 101 you can even do this anonymously by contacting Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

“Please you can also deliver data directly to the Major Investigation Group, no matter how little you may well think it is.”