THE last of five missing Helensburgh cats which disappeared within weeks of each other has been reunited with its owners after more than two months.

Nevis disappeared from his home in Dennistoun Crescent in July, along with four other moggies from the same street and nearby Lawrence Avenue.

Concerned residents said they believed something sinister was at play after two of the pets - Patch and Jax - were discovered in the same area near Arrochar, around 20 miles from home.

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Flash was found on a farm near Glen Fruin, on the Blackhill road, while Nero was found over the weekend of August 8/9 in Balmaha, almost 20 miles from home.

And that theory has been strengthened after Nevis was found around the same location as Patch and Jax, at the Ardgartan holiday park, on Saturday.

He was reunited with owners Fiona and Joe Palmer on Sunday, much to the delight of the couple and their two children Liam and Matthew.

Lisa Johnstone, who lives in Lawrence Avenue and had been leading the efforts to trace the missing pets, said a neighbourhood cat watch has now been set up to report any further suspicious activity.

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She said: "We remain convinced that these cats were taken from the street and taken 19 miles away and left.

"The police and the Scottish SPCA have both been informed and were looking into it.

"Now all that remains is for me to go all Liam Neeson and find the person responsible.

"I don't know who you are or where you live but I will find you!"

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