COPS are concerned about the whereabouts of a missing Vietnamese man who has not been seen for more than a month.

Hien Van Nguyen, 47, was last seen in Glasgow city centre around midday on Friday, May 31.

The missing man was not reported missing to police until Tuesday, July 9.

Police Scotland said they were working with colleagues at Greater Manchester Police as the missing man is known to have links in that area. 

Hien is described as 5ft 4 inches, of slim build with black receding hair and brown eyes. He is known to wear glasses sometimes.

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Detective Inspector Mark McLennan, at Govan Police Station, said: “Despite extensive enquiries since Hien was reported missing we have been unable to trace his whereabouts and as time passes we are becoming increasingly concerned for his safety and wellbeing.

“He is known to have connections in the Greater Manchester area and therefore we have extended our enquiries and are liaising with colleagues from that area in an attempt to locate him.

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“Anyone who has seen Hien since May 31, 2019 or who knows of his present whereabouts is asked to contact police at Govan via 101.

“I also appeal to Hien directly to call police and let us know that he is safe and well.”