Thanh Van Bui
Police officers in Cathcart are continuing enquiries and are further appealing to public for their assistance in tracing a 15-year-old boy.
Thanh Van Bui (15) who resides in the Pollokshields area, was last seen around 7.45am on Friday 12 June 2015 in the Pollokshields area of the city.
Officers working on the enquiry have today released CCTV of Thanh taken in the afternoon of Friday 12 June within Glasgow Central Station, in a bid to obtain more information on his current whereabouts.
Detective Inspector Colin Hailstones, of Cathcart CID, said today: “Given Thanh’s age we are concerned about his wellbeing and safety.
"We’ve been following up several lines of enquiry into his current location. As part of this we have identified that Thanh was within Glasgow Central station around 12.15pm on the day he went missing. He was seen to board a train bound for England.
"Thanh is seen on CCTV speaking to a man and woman. I am very keen to trace these individuals as they may have vital information that could assist with our enquiry.
The man with Thanh is described as Asian, wearing blue denims and a light coloured polo style shirt and sunglasses.
"The woman is wearing a short sleeve V-neck top, with pale blue sleeves and shoulders and dark blue lower half of the top. She was wearing sunglasses on her head. She also had a black pushchair.
"I would urge the man and woman to get in touch with officers. Similarly, I would like to speak to anyone who can identify the man and woman to get in touch. It is imperative that we are able to find Thanh safe and well.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact Police on 101. Alternatively, please contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where information can passed in confidence.
Police Scotland works in close partnership with the Missing People Charity - the only charity in the UK which specialises in and is dedicated to bringing missing children and adults back together with their families.
They can be contacted via telephone on free phone 116 000 or by visiting the Missing People website
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