The devastated sister of a Glasgow dad-of-two not seen for an entire year has urged him to get in touch to let her know he's safe.

Tom Graham was last seen by a family member in Govan's Elderpark Street last October.

Family at the time knew it was usual for the 30-year-old to not be in regular contact, but after a substantial period of time passed they reported him missing to police on November 26.

His sister Sarah, who has made several appeals since he vanished, has now made an emotional plea to mark one year since his disappearance.

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She posted on Facebook: "Still missing bro.

"A full year ago today was the last time anyone saw you.

"I miss you more than ever.

"I just wish you would let me know you're ok."

Sarah also attached an image of her brother with the caption "Keep sharing find my wee brother."

Back in December we told how investigating officers believe that former labourer Tom had no money or mobile phone on him when he disappeared.

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The force also said that he is well-known in the Govan area where he regularly uses bicycles. He also frequents Drumchapel and Toryglen.

They also said that they cannot rule out that he may have come to harm.

Anyone with information is requested to contact Helen Street Police Station via 101, quoting incident number 1844 of Monday 26 November 2018.