The family of a woman who went missing after being last seen at a busy train station are extremely worried about her safety.
Caron Findlay (52) had just returned from visiting relatives in England.
She was last seen at Glasgow’s Central Station at about 6.15pm on Tuesday. She contacted her family and was due to travel home to Motherwell but has not been seen since.
Police urged anyone with information on her whereabouts to contact them.
Ms Findlay is described as around 5ft 4ins in height, with a slim build, green eyes and auburn collar-length hair.She has a tattoo on her arm which says Zander.
She was wearing a navy coat, grey jogging trousers and black shoes. She had a blue suitcase, grey leather handbag and a canvas shopping bag with a photograph of one of her grandchildren printed on it.
Police said she was part of “a very close knit family who maintain constant contact with one another”. She has never gone missing before.
CCTV images show Ms Findlay in and around Glasgow Central Station.
Sgt Stewart Rae said: “We are liaising with our counterparts at British Transport Police and reviewing CCTV images.
“At this time, we don’t know where Caron may have gone and I am appealing to anyone who was in the train station, who may have seen Caron to get in touch with us.
“Her family is understandably distressed by the fact that she’s missing and just want her home safe and well. If anyone has any information or knowledge about Caron or her whereabouts, please contact us.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact officers at Motherwell Police Office on 101.