Officers carried out a stop and speak operation between 1 pm and 3 pm today (Friday 14 June 2019), two weeks on from when Bryan Glencross (40) was last seen.

The officers spoke to 250 members of the public and handed out leaflets near to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, in an attempt to gather information that could assist in their ongoing investigation to trace him.

Bryan Glencross, from Kingsway Court, Scotstoun, was last seen leaving the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital around 3.30 am. He had been taken to the hospital after a fall, but left before receiving treatment.

Bryan is described as white, 5’7″ in height, thin build, with brown receding hair, blue eyes and tanned complexion. When last seen he was wearing a blue ‘Berghaus’ coloured zipper jacket, white T-Shirt, grey jogging bottoms and black training shoes.

Chief Inspector Morag Lister, Drumchapel Police Office, said:

“Our team of officers managed to speak to a huge number of people today and we would like to thank the public for taking the time to assist us.

“It is really unusual for Bryan not to be in regular contact with his family and friends and given we know he had injured himself prior to going missing it is vital that we can find him as soon as possible.

“We will continue to appeal for anyone who may have any information, or dash-cam from the vicinity of the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital around 3.30 am on Friday 31 May. You may have a sighting of him that can help us trace his movements.

“We would also continue to ask people who live in the area to check any outbuildings in case he tried to seek shelter. We urge anyone who knows of his whereabouts to get in touch with us.”

Anyone with any information as to contact Drumchapel Police Office via 101, quoting incident number 2186 of Saturday 1 June 2019.