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Renewed appeal over missing teenager Scott Diver

Scott Diver Image copyright Police Scotland
Image caption Scott Diver was last seen at home in Clydebank by his father on 17 September

Police have made a fresh appeal for information to help trace a teenage boy missing for three weeks.

Scott Diver, 16, was last seen at about 14:45 on Saturday 17 September at his home in Second Avenue in Clydebank.

He was captured on CCTV walking through nearby Dalmuir Park at about 14:53 the same day.

Police said his family were extremely worried about him. His father has previously appealed for him to get in touch.

The teenager is 5ft 7in tall, with a slim build, dark hair and blue eyes and is said to need regular medication.

He was last seen wearing a navy Adidas tracksuit with light blue stripes down the arms and legs, a white T-shirt and navy Adidas trainers with grey stripes.

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Image caption CCTV images of Scott Diver in Dalmuir Park

Inspector John Mullen said: "It has now been three weeks since Scott was reported missing and his family are extremely worried about him.

"I would continue to urge anyone who recognises Scott, or who has any information regarding his whereabouts, to contact officers as soon as possible.

"We know that Scott was captured on CCTV walking through Dalmuir Park, in the direction of the park entrance at Mountblow Road, around 2.53pm on the day he went missing. I would ask anyone who may have seen him that day to come forward as you may have information that could assist with our inquiry.

"I would also appeal directly to Scott to please get in touch with someone to let us know he is safe. You're not in any trouble, but there are a lot of people worried about you and we need to know that you are okay."

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