Concerns for a missing Dundee man are growing after he was last seen boarding a bus to Glasgow three days ago.
Martin Anthony McGinlay was last seen three days ago on Saturday morning, around 10am.
The 57-year-old was seen at Seagate Bus Station where he boarded a bus from Dundee to Glasgow City Centre for a day trip.
He later failed to return to his home address and police believe he may have travelled on to Edinburgh.
He is described as 5ft 8ins in height, slim build with short grey and white hair. When last seen he was wearing a black Parka jacket, green cargo trousers, green and beige hillwalking boots and in possession of a yellow medium backpack.
Inspector Lucy Cameron, from Longhaugh Police Station, Dundee, said: “We are growing increasingly concerned for Martin.
“Martin got the bus from the Seagate Bus Station, Dundee to Glasgow city centre for a day trip at about ten o’clock on the morning of Saturday, October 8 and has since failed to return to his home address. It is possible that Martin may have travelled to Edinburgh from Glasgow.
“Any person with information that could help us trace Martin is asked to call 101 quoting incident reference number PS-202210-0829 or speak to any officer.”
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