FOUR years on since his disappearance, police have vowed to continue the search for missing Bellsmyre father-of-three Paul Harley.

The 53-year-old grandfather was last seen leaving his Whiteford Avenue home on September 28, 2014.

It’s believed Paul was suffering from depression at the time and police have had no concrete leads or sightings.

Paul’s children, Paul Jnr, and Jennifer, have continued to search in the area during the last four years and have vowed to keep looking.

The family has previously stated that although they no longer hold out hope of finding their father alive, locating him would bring them much-needed closure.

Paul, a Network Rail worker, moved from Coatbridge to Dumbarton nine years ago.

He coached at Dumbarton United AFC and also enjoyed tending to his plot at Bellsmyre Community Garden.

Paul is described as around 5ft8ins tall and of slim build. He has black receding hair, green eyes and the word “Kyla” tattooed on his right arm.

A police spokesperson told the Reporter: “Our investigation into Paul’s disappearance is constantly under review both by the National Missing Persons Unit and by our local policing teams, and our efforts to trace him will continue.

“Unfortunately, despite numerous searches for Paul, there have been no further sightings of him and we have had no more information about where he is.

“Despite the length of time he has been away, all it would take is for that one person to come forward with that vital piece of information. They may think it is not relevant, but to us it may be the detail we have been waiting for.”