Police appeal to motorists in hunt for missing man

Police are keen to speak to motorists in the search for a man who has been missing for almost two weeks.

Thomas Keenan, 21, of Maryhill, Glasgow was last seen at an Esso Service Station in the Maryhill Road area of Glasgow on November 21.

Thomas Keenan has been missing since November 21

Thomas Keenan has been missing since November 21

Detectives have appealed to motorists with a dashcam in their vehicles who would have been in the Queen Margaret Drive and Bilsland Drive area of the city between 4pm and 7pm to get in touch.

They also want to speak to a man who may have bumped into Mr Keenan on Maryhill Road at 6am. He is described as white, in his mid 40s, wearing a dark jacket and jeans.

Officers are still appealing for a woman who found a wallet and mobile telephone near the forecourt of the service station to come forward.

Mr Keenan is described as around 6ft tall, slim build, clean shaven with brown wavy hair and was last seen at the Esso Service Station in Maryhill Road at about 5.55am on November 21.

He was wearing a pair of dark shorts with the Nike logo on the left leg, a red T-shirt with black motif on the front and white and black training shoes.

Police said he appeared to be in a very confused state

Anyone with information is asked to call 101.

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