Sergeant Martin Miller, of Helensburgh Police, said: “We are becoming increasingly concerned about Scott’s welfare and we are asking for assistance from members of the public to help trace him safe and well.
This very much fits with one of our key aims, as part of our plan to address climate change, which is to promote Argyll and Bute as a low carbon area and to develop and seek additional investment for green infrastructure.
Lieutenant Commander Ross Balfour, Officer in Charge of Project Wilton, said: “We have been working closely with both Defence Equipment and Support and our industry partners to realise this emergent capability for a considerable time.
Steve Bannon’s fraud indictment linked to fundraising for Donald Trump’s U.S.-Mexico border wall isn’t his only legal headache. The FBI and Securities and Exchange Commission are also investigating a $300 million investment offering for a planned media company tied to Bannon and fugitive Chinese businessman Guo Wengui.
“The fight for this information has been ongoing for 21 months now. The prevalence of this behaviour needs to be properly monitored and understood if we’re to have any chance of stamping it out.
Because the virus is so infectious, if it is present at such an event, there is a very high likelihood that most people at the event will get the virus.