Lisa Haining Missing – A search for a woman who was last seen in the Dundonald area on Friday, January 20 is being carried out by the Police Scotland. The woman in question is a female. They have zeroed in on the Oban region as the primary focus of their investigation. Nobody has seen Lisa Haining since early on Friday morning, which was the last time anyone saw her. South Ayrshire was the location of her last recent known appearance. She has been to the Oban region on a number of other occasions in the past. The man is said to be fifty years old, stands just five feet tall, has a trim physique, and has blonde hair with dark roots. These details come from several stories. Her last known location was in the Castleview neighborhood of Dundonald, and she was last seen wearing black leggings, a blouse with an olive green color, a brown jacket, and white sneakers.
Her disappearance has been reported as suspicious. According to Inspector Paul Richmond, despite the countless enquiries, searches, and pleas for assistance, they have not been successful in discovering Lisa. He indicated that this is the case. Concern for her health and well-being is high on our list of priorities. “We are still looking at CCTV from Dundonald and the surrounding area in order to find out where she went after she left the Castleview area early on Friday morning,” the police officer added. “We are trying to figure out where she went after she left the area around Castleview.” “We are continuing our search for her.”
In addition, we are looking for the white Renault Twingo with the license plate number SJ65 JXP that she drives. This vehicle is a person of interest to us. In addition to this, he claimed that “Officers have been monitoring sites that she is known to go, and we know that she has been to the Oban region more than once,” which means that the officers have been searching locations that she is known to frequent. In the event that she has traveled to Oban, we are in contact with the authorities located there in preparation for her arrival. “Right now, Lisa’s family is going through a very challenging period, and all they want is for her to be found as soon as possible so that she can be brought back home. In the event that you have seen Lisa or her automobile since Friday morning, or in the event that you have any information that might be of use, please get in touch with us, regardless of how minor the information may appear. If you have any information regarding this incident, you are asked to call the police at the number 101 and provide the reference number 0588 for the 20th of January.