Police ‘increasingly concerned’ for missing Paisley man who may have travelled to Edinburgh

Police are ‘becoming increasingly concerned’ for 48 year-old David Clark who went missing from the Ralston area of Paisley on Wednesday evening.

David Clark went missing on Wednesday evening.
David Clark went missing on Wednesday evening.

Police officers in Paisley are appealing for the assistance of the public in tracing the 48 year-old man who is missing.

He is known to regularly visit Edinburgh and to frequent Milngavie, Knightswood and Kings Park areas.

David Clark was last seen in the Ralston area of Paisley around 5.30pm on Wednesday, November, 18.

He was in a white Volkswagen UP with the registration SK17 MFA.

David is described as white, 6ft 3ins in height and of slim build. He has short, dark-coloured hair with a beard and moustache.

He is thought to be wearing a black padded gilet and a black beanie hat.

A police spokesperson said: “Enquiries and searches are ongoing to trace David. He is known to frequent the Milngavie, Knightswood and Kings Park areas, and he also regularly visits Edinburgh too.

"Officers are becoming increasingly concerned for his wellbeing and safety as it is out of character for him not to keep in touch with his friends and family.”

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Paisley Police Office through 101 quoting reference number 2135 of 19 November.

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