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Appeal over Ross Ramsay missing after leaving Glasgow casino

Ross Ramsay
Image caption Ross Ramsay's family said his disappearance was out of character

Police have appealed for help to trace a man who went missing after leaving a casino in Glasgow city centre.

Ross Ramsay, 30, was last seen at the Gala Casino on Sauchiehall Street at about midnight on Thursday.

He headed towards Charing Cross and police are keen to piece together his movements after that.

Mr Ramsay requires daily medication. His family said his disappearance is out of character and they are worried about his safety.

He is described as 5ft 10in in height and slim. He has auburn, shoulder length hair. He was wearing a grey, bomber style jacket with black lining and hood, light blue bleached jeans, which were ripped at the bottom, and grey hi-top trainers.

Image caption The 30-year-old was last seen leaving the Gala Casino on Sauchiehall Street

He did not have his medication with him and has no money or mobile phone.

Insp John O'Neill from Strathclyde Police said: "We know that when Mr Ramsay left the casino he headed west towards Charing Cross. We're trying to piece together his movements after that.

"We know he drinks in the Ben Nevis pub in Argyle Street.

"It is not like Mr Ramsay to be out of touch for this length of time and we are concerned for his safety."

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