UPDATE 4PM: Louth man is still missing after five days

Missing: Steven Mackie
Missing: Steven Mackie

Lincolnshire Police remain ‘very concerned’ over the welfare of a man who has been missing since last Wednesday (September 18).

Steven Mackie, 56, went missing from his home near Louth on Wednesday morning, and is believed to have his black Peugeot 308 with him (number plate: KS10 AEC).

Police news

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The vehicle was spotted in Horncastle on Thursday morning on the A153 travelling northbound, and it is also believed the vehicle has been in the Spalding area.

Last week, Lincolnshire Police said: “We are very concerned about Steven and are appealing for any information that will help us find him.

“We are appealing for Steven to get in touch and also anyone who may know where he is or has heard from him.”

This afternoon (Monday), the spokesman added: “Efforts are still ongoing to locate Steven Mackie.

“We know that Steven is still travelling in the Peugeot previously mentioned and this vehicle has been in the south of the county this morning. Any sightings of this vehicle or Steven should be reported please.”

• Any sightings of Steven or his vehicle should be urgently reported to Lincolnshire Police - call 101, quoting incident number 136 of September 18. Alternatively, email link force.control@lincs.pnn.police.uk - including the incident number in the subject box.

• You can also contact the independent charity Missing People. You can call or text 116 000 or email 116000@missingpeople.org.uk

• In an emergency, always call 999 immediately.