Police in Clydebank are making a further appeal for information concerning the disappearance of William McKenna (39) who has been missing from Dalmuir since Saturday July 16.
William is believed to have spent Saturday at various places in Clydebank town centre and the last confirmed sighting was outside his home address in Durban Avenue around 5.15pm by a neighbour.
Officers are continuing to review CCTV footage, follow up further possible sightings and carrying out door-to-door enquiries to trace him.
William is described as white, around 5ft 10” tall, medium build with short brown hair. When he was last seen he was wearing a light coloured top, grey hooded jacket with orange flecks at the collar and light grey tracksuit trousers as seen in the photograph taken from CCTV. He has tattoos on his arms.
William is known in the community as a keen dog walker and owns a Staffordshire terrier cross-breed dog, which has been found at his home.
Inspector David Quinn said, “It is highly unusual for William to leave his dog unsupervised for this length of time and we really need to find out where William went after the last confirmed sighting outside his house in Dalmuir on Saturday late afternoon. We know he was in Clydebank town centre during the day as he was seen on CCTV at shops, the bank and getting on a bus.
“He would routinely be in contact with his family and the fact that he hasn’t for this length of time, is extremely worrying for them.
“I need to work out where William may have been going to on Saturday evening or indeed, if anyone has any further information about his whereabouts since his last sighting. Perhaps you saw him later in the week in the street or on a bus? Anyone with any information about where William could be would assist us greatly to find him. Please contact the enquiry team at Clydebank Police Office on 101.”