Concern grows for missing Dumbarton man Michael Slaven

Michael Slaven Michael Slaven has not been seen since the early hours of Friday

Concern is growing for a 23-year-old man from West Dunbartonshire who went missing during a night out in Glasgow.

Michael Slaven, from Dumbarton, left the Sugar Cube nightclub, in the city's Queen Street, alone in the early hours of Friday morning.

He was later seen at 02:30 on CCTV images outside St Enoch Subway Station.

Mr Slaven is described as being about 6ft tall, with a muscular build and a tanned complexion. He is clean shaven with short brown hair and brown eyes.

When last seen he was wearing a white T-shirt with a grey square emblem on the chest, olive green-coloured chino-type trousers and dark plimsolls.

Insp Steve Grimason, of Police Scotland, said: "Michael has been missing for several days now, and concerns are growing for his wellbeing.

"Understandably, Michael's family are absolutely distraught and bewildered by his disappearance, and are very anxious to hear from him.

"It is very unusual for Michael to go missing, and it is very unusual for him not to be in touch with his family or friends for such a length of time.

"We're continuing extensive inquiries in the city centre and have been speaking to Michael's family every day, to keep them up to date with the investigation."

Insp Grimason appealed for anyone with information on Mr Slaven's whereabouts to contact police.

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