The family of a man who went missing from Bearsden on Saturday (June 18) are appealing for help to find him.
His daughter, Cheryl Teese thanked people for sharing a story about his disappearance on facebook, and said: “My dad is in a really bad place the now, he has been very down we are very worried with his state of mind he has never disappeared like this before. Any information will be appreciated.”
Stuart Teese (54) was last seen by his wife at his home in Stirling Avenue around 8.30pm on Saturday night.
He left the address in his silver Ford Fiesta Zetec with the registration plate SH11 EHM. It is not known where he was going.
Stuart is described as around 5ft 8ins, of medium build and clean shaven with short grey hair. He was wearing a blue and grey t-shirt with horizontal stripes, beige shorts and black Vans trainers with white edges.
Inspector Kenny Darroch from Kirkintilloch Police Office said: “Stuart’s family are extremely concerned about his well-being and want him to come home as soon as possible.
“We know that Stuart left in his car and so I would appeal to the public to look out for a silver Ford Fiesta Zetec with the registration plate SH11 EHM and contact us immediately if you see it.
“We also know he likes to spend time in the Loch Lomond and Rowardennan areas and there is a possibility he may have travelled there.
“However Stuart could be anywhere just now, so I would ask everyone to keep an eye out for him and let us know if you think you may have seen him.”
Anyone with information regarding Stuart’s whereabouts is asked to contact officers at Kirkintilloch Police Office on 101.