Police appeal for more information on missing teen Scott

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Police are re-appealing for help and have released new CCTV images of teenager Scott Diver, who has been missing for almost three weeks.

Scott, who is only 16 went missing on Saturday 17 September and despite a number of sightings reported to police, has not been traced.

The youngster is described as around 5ft 7inches, of slim build with blue eyes and dark hair. When last seen he was wearing a navy blue Adidas tracksuit with light blue stripes down the arms and legs, a white t-shirt and navy blue Adidas training shoes with grey stripes.

Significant enquiries are continuing and police today released images from CCTV in Dalmuir Park, which his family have confirmed are him.

The images show Scott walking through the park in the direction of the entrance at Mountblow Road, Clydebank at 2.53pm on the day he went missing.

Inspector John Mullen said: “The image we have issued today has been identified as Scott - this is the last confirmed known sighting of him. As the weather was favourable that day, there were a number of people within the park who may have seen Scott. I would urgently ask anyone who remembers being in the park and who might have seen Scott to get in touch with us. Even if you don’t believe you may have seen Scott in the park please contact the police as you may have information that is pertinent to our enquiry. It is now over two weeks since Scott has gone missing and we remain concerned for his welfare.

“His family and friends are very distressed at his disappearance. He is a young boy who is vulnerable and needs to be home with his family. Please contact police on 101 or via the dedicated e-mail address - scottdiverinquiry@scotland.pnn.police.uk if you have any information.”