Police Scotland have appealed for the public’s assistance with tracing missing man Anthony ‘Tony’ McCallum, who was reported missing from his home in Bishopton on Friday.

Officers believe the 69-year-old left his home sometime on Friday morning and the last sighting of Tony was on that day at about 10am at Glasgow Central station.

Tony is described as a white male, approx. 6ft 1 in, dark brown hair greying at the sides. Tony is believed to be in possession of a green rucksack.

Inspector Allan O’Hare said: “We have reason to believe Tony has boarded a train and made his way to the Edinburgh area where he has checked into a city centre hotel before leaving on the 27 April.

“If anyone was in the area around this time and recognises the man in these images, albeit the photo was taken some time ago, we would ask that they contact police as soon as possible.

“There is concern for the safety and wellbeing of Tony and I am asking for the public’s assistance in helping us to trace him.”

They added: “If you have any information that could assist with our investigation, please get in touch.

“Police Scotland can be contacted by calling 101 and quoting incident number 4120 of 3rd May.”

Headline image:  Tony McCallum, who was reported missing, was last spotted at Glasgow Central station

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By Ricky Kelly

Main writer for Renfrewshire News

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