The family of a woman reported missing last week have appealed for her to get in touch to show that she is "not in any trouble".
Margaret Madden was last seen outside the Hamish Allan Centre in Glasgow’s Centre Street last Tuesday.
Strathclyde Police said the 39-year-old from Maryhill has not been reported missing before and efforts by officers and her family to trace Ms Madden had so far been unsuccessful.
Inspector Kenny Darroch, from Maryhill Police office, said: "We know that Margaret was last seen outside the Hamish Allan Centre in Centre Street Glasgow around 9.45pm on May 8.
"Margaret is originally from and is known to frequent the Maryhill area and she also has friends in the Springburn area. Officers are currently checking CCTV and making extensive inquiries to trace Margaret and I would ask anyone who knows where Margaret might be or has any information on where she has been for the last few days to contact us.
"Finally I would ask Margaret to contact either police or her family as she is not in any trouble - we and her family just want to know that she is safe and well."
Ms Madden is described as 5ft 4in with dark shoulder length hair worn in a centre parted bob style. She is described as having a heavy build and a ruddy complexion.
When she was last seen, Margaret was wearing a black leather style jacket, dark top, red jogging trousers with white stripes down the legs.
Anyone with any information should contact Maryhill Police Office on 0141 532 3700.
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