An appeal has been launched to trace a vulnerable woman who went missing from her home on Wednesday.
Grace Fernie, 62, was last seen by her family at around 9am in Rannoch Avenue in Newton Mearns.
It is believed that she may now be in St Andrews in Fife as she was spotted on CCTV in the town’s Market Street on Thursday afternoon.
Mrs Fernie is described as around 5ft 8in tall, of heavy build, with collar length ginger/strawberry blonde colour hair. She also wears rimless glasses.
The CCTV showed her wearing a black cardigan, black trousers, a scoop neck style white top, with a flowery pattern and grey casual shoes and a black shoulder bag.
Mrs Fernie also has access to a black Vauxhall Corsa.
Police have been carrying door-to-door enquiries and have been speaking to family and friends in an effort to trace Mrs Fernie.
Inspector Campbell Crawford, of Giffnock Police Office, said: "Mrs Fernie's family are understandably becoming very concerned for her safety, as her disappearance is extremely out of character.
"We have been liaising closely with Fife Constabulary to try to locate Mrs Fernie as the last confirmed sighting of her was in St Andrew's. I would urge anyone with information on Mrs Fernie's current location to get in touch with police immediately."
Anyone with information is asked to contact their local police station or officers at Giffnock Police Office on 0141 532 5700.
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