An MP has criticised the UK Government for its response over missing Inverness man Liam Colgan.
Drew Hendry called for Ministers to be sent to the House of Commons to explain why they have failed to respond for three weeks on questions over Mr Colganâs disappearance.
The Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey MP said: âThree weeks ago today I raised the urgent case of Liam Colgan, the Inverness man who had gone missing in Hamburg.
âDespite taking the Leader of the Houseâs advice and writing to Ministers, three weeks later I have not had a response, despite having chased and chased, due to âclearance and awaiting signatureâ.
âThe family is in trauma. Shouldnât Ministers come to the House and explain this lack urgency?â
Leader of the House Andrea Leadsom said she recalled the case and was âsorry to hear thatâ.
She said she would put pressure on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office for a response.
Mr Colgan, 29, was on his brother Eamonnâs stag weekend in Hamburg when he vanished in the early hours of Saturday, February 10.
Friends and relatives last saw him in the Veermaster Bar after which he was identified on CCTV footage from the Baumwall area.
CCTV footage seen by the family shows Liam arriving at the vehicle barrier of the G&J building in Baumwall, Hamburg, around 2.20am.
A witness reports seeing Liam and helping him up some steps to the main entrance of that building after he fell â corroborated by the CCTV.
The footage goes on to show Liam trying unsuccessfully to get in to the building, before walking towards the Michelwiese Park.
He is helped again by the same witness to get into this park, and is last seen heading towards the Portuguese Quarter at around 2.30am.
Eamonn, who has postponed his wedding while the search for his brother continues, is currently in Hamburg with his fiancee, Susan.
A statement on the Help Find Liam Colgan campaign site said: âWe reiterate, the search for Liam is still very much ongoing.
âThere are still sightings coming in and we firmly believe he is waiting to be found.â