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Glasgow man missing from Thornwood in 'out of character disappearance'

Police are searching for a man who left his home in Glasgow in the early hours of the morning.

Michael Sheldon was last seen at an address on Thornwood Drive around 6.50am on Tuesday, March 21.

The 39-year-old has since been identified getting off a train at Perth Railway station at 1.07pm later that day.

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Michael is believed to have left the station on foot and hasn't been seen since. He has links to Perth and the west end of Glasgow.

Michael Sheldon has been reported missing from the Thornwood area (Police Scotland)

His disappearance has been described as 'completely out of character' with police now looking to trace Michael's whereabouts.

Michael is described as 5ft 11ins tall, with brown hair and brown eyes. He is believed to be wearing a checked shirt, green and black jacket, dark-coloured walking boots and trousers, and carrying a rucksack.

Sergeant Eric McNaught said: “This behaviour is unlike Michael and we are eager to trace him as soon as possible.

“I’d ask anyone who has seen him, or a man matching his description, to report any sighting to officers so that we can investigate.

Michael Sheldon was seen leaving Perth train station (Police Scotland)

“I would ask anyone with dash cam or private CCTV systems from the area where Michael was last seen to check their systems and provide any relevant footage to us as soon as possible so we can piece together his movements from Perth railway station.

"Those with information should contact Police Scotland via 101 and quote incident number 3346 of 21 March 2023."


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