Missing Johnstone man David McSorley is safe and well Missing Johnstone man David McSorley is safe and well
Renfrewshire News has been informed that David McSorley is now with his family and he is safe and well. ORIGINAL POST: Police Scotland are... Missing Johnstone man David McSorley is safe and well

Renfrewshire News has been informed that David McSorley is now with his family and he is safe and well.

ORIGINAL POST:

Police Scotland are appealing for information from the public to trace a Johnstone man who has went missing.

David McSorley, 22 went missing from his home in Peockland Gardens, Johnstone on Wednesday.

His dad David made an appeal on Facebook for David to get in touch. He said: “Asking all my friends to help me, David McSorley my son has been missing since yesterday morning and we have been looking for him along with the police without success.

“He has a white Corsa with reg PK67 HPJ.

“If anyone meets him can they tell him we are really wanting him to get in touch so that we know he is ok.”

David was last seen getting into his white Vauxhall Corsa at Johnstone Railway Station, Thorn Brae, Johnstone at around 10.40am yesterday morning.


Photo: David McSorley at Johnstone Railway Station at around 10.40am yesterday morning

He is described as white, 5 ft 10 in height, of slim build, with short brown hair, brown eyes and is clean shaven. When last seen he was wearing a thin blue jacket, white shirt, grey trousers, black shoes and was carrying a rucksack.

He has money and his mobile with him.

Sergeant Kevin McGee, Renfrew Police Office, said: “David has never been missing before, however, recently he has had some personal issues that his family believe may be the reason he has left home.

“Officers have been speaking to family and friends and checking CCTV in the city but so far there have been no further sightings of him.

“I would ask David to come home and be with his family or to get in touch with police to let us know he is ok.

“If you have any knowledge of where David is or any information that will assist officers in finding him, then please contact Renfrew Police Office via 101 quoting reference number 3865/01/08.”




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