Fears for Scot who failed to return home from solo trip to Las Vegas
Fears grow for missing tourist who failed to return home from solo trip to Las Vegas – as his family desperately appeal for help finding him
- Lewis Fraser from Scotland was on a solo trip to the Luxor Hotel and Casino
- He was due to fly home on Sunday, July 23 but was last heard from on Saturday
The family and friends of a British man who failed to return home from a holiday in Las Vegas last weekend say they’re becoming increasing concerned for his welfare.
Lewis Fraser, from Denny near Falkirk, was on a solo trip to the Luxor Hotel & Casino in Nevada and was due to fly back to Scotland on Sunday, July 23.
Pals say nobody has heard from Lewis since 3.30am on Saturday July 22, and add that his mobile phone is now off.
They’ve since launched a frantic appeal on social media to find him.
Andrew Moore is one of them and posted on Facebook: ‘Lewis Fraser’s last known location was Las Vegas, Nevada around 3:30am Saturday the 22nd July.
Lewis Fraser, from Denny near Falkirk, has been missing for almost a week after flying to Las Vegas for a solo trip
Pals say nobody has heard from Lewis since 3.30am on Saturday July 22, and add that his mobile phone is now off
‘He was on a solo trip staying at the Luxor hotel casino and was due to fly home on Sunday the 23rd of July but has not returned home nor has he been in contact since the early hours of Saturday morning.
‘Any information would be greatly appreciated.’
Set just south of the main Strip, the Luxor is an iconic pyramid shaped landmark around a 10-minute taxi ride from Harry Reid International Airport.
Inside it has 14 restaurants, 17 lounges/bars and 4 pools. It also has a hairdresser/barber and beauty salon.
It’s understood cops in Scotland are working with authorities in America to find Lewis.
His cousin Sara Pearson also wrote on social media: ‘My cousin has gone missing and we are very worried about him.
‘If you have any contacts in Las Vegas I would appreciate it if you could share.’
The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office have been contact for comment.
Lewis was staying at the Luxor Hotel & Casino in Nevada – an iconic pyramid shaped landmark around a 10-minute taxi ride from Harry Reid International Airport (file image)
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