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POLICE have turned to the public for help in tracing a missing 16-year-old girl who last spotted with an unknown man in the West End of Glasgow.

The force said Mia Russell was last seen at around 8pm on Monday night on Loanfoot Avenue.

She was in the company of a man, who is not known to her family, and they are concerned for her wellbeing.  

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Her family contacted police and reported her missing when she failed to return home last night.

Mia is described as white, around 5 ft 3 inches in height, with a slim build and long brown hair.

She was wearing a red jacket, a white top, jeans and white trainers.  

She was also carrying a white handbag.

Police Scotland added that Mia’s family is “understandably upset and just want to know she is safe and well.”

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Extensive enquiries are underway to locate Mia with officers checking CCTV images from in and around the West End.  

They are also speaking to her family and friends for any additional information which may assist them in locating Mia.

Officers would also like to speak to any taxi drivers who may have been in the area of Loanfoot Avenue, Knightswood, and who may have picked up Mia and the man she was with.

If anyone has seen Mia, or has any information or knowledge as to her whereabouts, call officers at Shettleston Police Station via 101, quoting incident number 3483 of May 13, 2019.