A woman whose body was found in an abandoned building in Glasgow has been identified as a mother who went missing more than a month ago.
The remains of Dianne Lann, 47, were discovered by a group of teenagers in Cowlairs Road in Springburn on Wednesday afternoon.
Ms Lann was last seen by her daughter on April 2 in Battlefield Road, Cathcart, near the Victoria Infirmary. She was reported missing to police the same evening.
Officers launched an investigation into her disappearance and issued appeals for help from the public.
Strathclyde Police confirmed on Friday morning that the body belonged to the missing mother.
Detective Inspector Brian Dodd said: "The results of the post mortem reveal that there are no obvious suspicious circumstances surrounding her death. However, a full investigation is ongoing to clarify the circumstances which led to her being at a disused building in Springburn.
"It is more than five weeks since she was last seen and our enquiries will be focussing on what led her to the ex Motor Bike Training Centre, when did she go there, how did she get into the premises. We need answers to these questions and would appeal to the public for help.
"I know there have been media appeals for information, but I would again like to speak to anyone who saw Diane since she was last seen on Monday 2 April. Did anyone see her at the unit in Cowlairs Road?"
Anyone with information should call Baird Street CID on 0141 532 4116 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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