POLICE are "growing increasingly" concerned for the wellbeing of a vulnerable missing pensioner. 

Bishopbriggs man William Thom was last seen in Glasgow city centre at around 1.50pm on Wednesday. 

The 84-year-old suffers from dementia and officers say he got off the number 57 bus on Bath Street. 

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They have now released CCTV images of William from the street as they make a fresh appeal for information. 

Glasgow Times:

He is described as being 5ft 11ins tall, of a slim build with grey hair at the sides and bald on top. When he was last seen William was wearing navy trousers, an olive green coloured fleece and a grey baseball cap.

Chief Inspector Craig Walker said: “Along with his family, we are becoming increasingly concerned for William’s welfare. He suffers from dementia and as such we are keen to find him as soon as possible.

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“I would ask anyone who may have seen him, or anyone with information that could help us to trace him, to please contact local officers as soon as possible via 101, quoting reference number 2700 of 5 August, 2020.”