A dog with links to the Highlands has reportedly 'vanished without a trace' in Glasgow.

Gustav, the 'highly intelligent' Border Collie pup, is a mascot for the Arran Footpaths and Forestry upland path-building team (who work all over Scotland) and has links to Kinlochewe in the Highlands and the Isle of Seil in Argyll.

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Glasgow Times:

The pup disappeared from Paisley Road West on Friday, June 9 around 4.30pm, after darting for a squirrel and being hit by a car. 

He is said to have bolted into a residential area at Clifford Gardens and has not been traced or sighted since, despite extensive searches.

He was last seen with a blue rope collar on and a brass disc with GEEZMADUG written on it. 

Glasgow Times:

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A substantial reward of £500 is being offered for anyone that has any information which leads to Gustav's whereabouts and his return to service in the Scottish mountains.

If you have any information, call 07592788809 or contact Robert McAndrew HERE

You can also make contact via the Facebook page, Lost Dogs in Glasgow HERE