A MAN who made two women feel 'uncomfortable' is being hunted by officers.

Cops are keen to trace a man who approached the women on Clarkston Road on April 27.

He approached a 23-year-old on a path near the Couper Institute at around 6pm, then two hours later he approached a 19-year-old woman. 

The women were not injured after the incident, but the Glasgow Times understands he made them feel uncomfortable.

Constable Sara Baird at Pollok Police Office said: “The women were not injured during these incidents but they were shaken up by them.

"Since they were reported, we have been carrying out extensive enquiries to trace the man responsible and have been following a number of lines of enquiry, however, he has not yet been traced and I would now appeal to anyone with information on his identification or any witnesses to contact us.

“He is described as white, aged between 25 to 30s with dark, greying short hair. He was wearing a black jacket and back top with dark-coloured jeans and trainers. He also wore black, thin-rimmed glasses.”


Information can be passed to officers through 101 with reference number 0747 of April 28.

Alternatively, Crimestoppers can be contacted on 0800 555 111, where anonymity can be maintained.