An Arbroath lady is appealing for help after her husband disappeared for two hours and then reappeared injured and with no memory of that time.
At 2 p.m. on Friday Norman Robertson (62) set out from their home in the north of the town on his bicycle to take a parcel to Costcutters and then head to Haqs newsagent for his copy of the West Highland Press.
Two hours later Norman came home in a state of confusion, with minor injuries and having never made it to either destination.
Norman was recently diagnosed with what could be epilepsy and now his wife Jane is desperate to find out what happened and whether it has anything to do with his condition.
She said: “When he came back his behaviour was well out of character for him. He didn’t know what a lot of things in the house were for, he didn’t even know what his West Highland Press was and he’s had that since he was 13.
“His whole left side is quite a bad state and he’s grazed his head, even though he had his bike helmet on.
“There’s two hours of him leaving here to getting back that he doesn’t know where he’s been.
“We’re trying to establish what happened. If somebody has helped him it could let us know if it was an epileptic attack or a bump on the head.”
Police Scotland have no record of any accidents during this period. Anyone with information on Norman’s movements between 2 and 4 p.m. on Friday can contact the Arbroath Herald on 01241 872274.