MORE than two weeks since a Skegness man first went missing, police are again appealing for information to help trace his last steps.
Lincolnshire Police say they remain 'gravely concerned' for the welfare of David Le-Man.
On Thursday, police were alerted to a body washed up on Gibraltar Point, found by a bird-watcher.
The body was not that of Mr Le-Man and has since been identified as being Darren Siggins, 39 who was reported missing from King's Lynn in January and was the subject of a Norfolk Police missing person enquiry.
Mr Le-Man's family have also made televised police appeals for information to help in the search to find him or for any information.
A spokesman from Lincolnshire Police told the Target: "We continue to work closely with the family of Mr Le-Man through a family liaison officer. With regards to the search of the area which could lead to information, we have left no stone unturned and we appeal again for any information which could help."
Mr Le-Man parked his car in South Parade car park during the afternoon of Monday February 4 and was last seen at around 4pm.
He was taking his dog, Mollie, for a long walk on the beach, which was a normal thing for him to do on his day off as a security officer at Pilgrim Hospital in Boston.
Millie was found at midnight that day in the Princes Parade area with her lead still attached but David was missing.
Mr Le-Man was wearing a bright blue Nike T-shirt – the Nike logo is small – dark blue denim jeans and grey trainers.
He is of mixed race with a shaved head and is approximately 6 ft tall.
If you can help with any information, contact Lincolnshire Police on 101.