POLICE have released CCTV footage which shows a missing man in Glasgow city centre before he vanished.

The footage shows Gordon McLean in the city centre after he was last seen in Greenock's Prospecthill Street on December 18 at around 8.30 am. 

Police have now tracked down the 39-year-old's movements to Glasgow Central Station and Gordon Street later the same day.

The last sighting of the Greenock man was at Dalmeny Train Station in Edinburgh at around 3 pm.

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He is described as white, 5ft 10 inches tall with brown eyes, short brown hair and facial stubble.

He normally wears glasses and was wearing all black clothing.

Sergeant Jason Logsdon, from Greenock Police Station, said: "We have released footage of Gordon that was caught on local CCTV.

"It has been nearly two weeks since Gordon was reported missing and we continue to urge anyone with information on his whereabouts to get in contact with Police.

"Gordon's family are becoming increasingly worried and we are asking for the public's help in tracing him.

"We would ask those who have may have seen Gordon on the day he was reported missing to get in touch."

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In a statement issued through Police Scotland, Gordon's father said:

“For Gordon to go missing over the Christmas period was extremely difficult for the family.

“This is not something that Gordon has done before and we are becoming increasingly concerned about him.

“If anyone has any information, no matter how small, please get in touch with the police as it could be vital in bringing Gordon home.”

Those with information can contact Greenock Police Station via 101 and quote incident number 3388 of the 26th December.