THE family of a woman who went missing after she was "approached by a man" on a night out have launched a search to find her. 

Lybi Halliday was out in Glasgow city centre on Friday night and has not been seen since. 

Worried friends and relatives have reported the 21-year-old, from Hamilton, as missing to the police who are investigating. 

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It is said she was approached by a man in a brown coat around the Trongate area on the night she was last seen, sparking fears for her safety. 

She is described as white, five feet and three to four inches tall, of slim build, with long dark hair tied up in a ponytail. She was wearing a dark green checked shirt with a white crop top tied in the middle, baggy blue ripped jeans, sunglasses and was carrying a small black handbag.

Sergeant Louise McLenaghan, Hamilton Police Station, said: "Lybi was last seen in the Trongate, Glasgow City Centre around 11.30pm and was believed to have been making her way to Central Station to get her train home, however, she didn't arrive home and so her family called police.

"We would appeal to anyone who may have seen her or has any information on her whereabouts to get in touch with police via 101. Please quote reference number 1136 of May 1, 2021, when calling.

"We'd also appeal to Lybi herself to get in touch with police or her family who are concerned for her well-being."