The family of Frank McCaughey (29) are appealing for information as to his whereabouts, with the man - from Enniskillen - missing for 13 days. 

Frank was last seen on July 13 in Aalborg Railway Station, in Denmark, where he said he was intending to take a train to Copenhagen.

Now based in Belfast, the Fermanagh man had previously worked in the hospitality industry in Enniskillen.

Frank is approximately 5'5" in height, has light brown/ginger hair, is clean-shaven and has a slim build. 

Speaking to The Impartial Reporter, his brother, Cónan, said: "Frank was travelling solo in Denmark; he flew into Aarhus at the start of July, and was keeping in touch regularly, but on July 11 he accidentally left his phone behind in a shop when buying a phone charger, and has not been in contact with anyone since."

He added: "There has not been any activity at all on his social media or WhatsApp, which is unusual and worrying.

"We have contacted the Danish police and the PSNI, who are searching for him in conjunction with Interpol."

Cónan said his brother had traveled with the intention of an open-ended return. He noted his brother is a keen photographer. 

The family are appealing for anyone who may have seen Frank to contact them, the Danish police or the PSNI.

They have asked that if anyone has any friends or family in Denmark, to please share any information about his case with them, in case they see Frank. 

Any sightings to the Danish police can be reported at +45 3314 1448, quoting case number 5100-10279-00259-22.

The PSNI can be contacted at 0289 0650 222, quoting reference number 1666-21/07/2022.