The husband of a Dundee woman who has gone missing has urged his wife to let police know that she is safe and well.
Alan Bowman, 51, was speaking after officers appealed for information on the whereabouts of his wife Janet, 49.
She was last seen on Sunday leaving her home on Hillbank Gardens, in the Hilltown area, and hasn’t been spotted since. Police say they are “anxious” to trace her.
Speaking at their home, Alan, a civil engineer, told the Tele: “She is the type of person who keeps herself to herself.
“She had a few good friends, but not many and, over time, they drifted away.
“I thought that could be where she had gone, but the police have checked all their addresses.
“I have no idea where she would have gone.
“My suspicions are that she is staying in a B&B somewhere.
“It is just a question of when she decides to show up.
“If she reads this I would tell her to please get in touch with the police and let them know that she is safe and well.”
Alan said that Janet was a housewife who regularly made trips to the local shops.
He added that his wife sometimes used her maiden name, Leighton.
A police spokesman said: “Police Scotland are anxious to trace missing person Janet Bowman, 49, who was last seen on Sunday leaving her home address in the Hilltown area of Dundee.
“Police and family members are concerned for her wellbeing.
“Janet is described as 5ft 6in tall, of a large build, with shoulder-length, brown hair.
“If anyone has seen Janet or knows of her whereabouts, they are asked to contact police on 101.”