Family's appeal over missing Doncaster man's body
The daughter of a man who disappeared a month ago while holidaying in Scotland has said not knowing what happened to her father was "deeply upsetting".
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Neil Skinner, 71, from Doncaster was last seen close to Loch Dochard in Argyll and Bute on 8 May.
Despite extensive police searches, no sign of Mr Skinner has been found.
His daughter, Kate Armitage, has asked anyone with information to contact police, adding: "It is literally like he's disappeared with no explanation."
Ms Armitage said her father was on a walking tour with two friends when he returned to his tent alone after he said he did not feel well enough to complete a planned hike.
When his companions returned to their campsite, Mr Skinner was nowhere to be found despite all his clothes and walking equipment being in the tent along with his phone and wallet.
A police search involving helicopters, drones and diving and mountain rescue teams was carried out, but Mr Skinner was not found.
Police Scotland has told his family that he was unlikely to be alive given the weeks that had passed since he was last seen, Ms Armitage said.
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