Police in Glasgow are continuing to appeal for information to help trace missing man Vincent Barr.
Known as Vinny or Bardo, the 54-year-old man from the Govan area has now been missing for six weeks.
Enquiries carried out have confirmed the last sighting of Vincent was around 9.10pm on Friday, 18 September, 2020 walking across the Tradeston footbridge, known locally as the 'squiggly' bridge, and then heading into the wider Tradeston area.
His family has today released the following statement through Police Scotland:
Niece of Vincent Barr:
“I am appealing to anyone who as any information as to where my uncle may be.
“It has now been 6 weeks since he was last seen and we are extremely worried about him.
“As a family, we just want our Vincent back and would appeal to anyone who may have any knowledge of his whereabouts.
“We know he was last seen heading away from the city centre towards the Tradeston area on Friday, 18 September around 9.10pm and we would urge people to think back to this day and if you may have seen Vincent.
“He was wearing a grey Nike hoodie, black jogging bottoms and grey training shoes. He is around 5ft 6in tall with a medium build. He has short light-brown hair and blue eyes and also walks with a slight limp that is quite distinctive.
“My uncle was known to move about from time to time in places such as Glasgow city centre, Saracen, Possil and the West End areas. Therefore, I am asking if you live or go to these areas often that you keep an eye out for someone that may fit this description.
“Vincent, if you can see this message, please get in contact as we want know that you are safe.
“If there is anything that we can do please let us know and get in touch.
“Gran is hospital and she just wants to know you are ok, we are worried every single day about you.
“You haven’t done anything wrong and the police only want to know you are safe and well, as do we.
“Please Vincent, get in touch.”
Sergeant Bob Anderson, from Helen Street Police Station, said: “Extensive enquiries into where Vincent may be are currently ongoing.
“If you have any information no matter how significant about where Vincent may be, or you have noticed anyone that fits Vincent’s description, please come forward.
“Anyone with any information is asked to contact police by calling 101 and quoting incident number 1116 of Sunday, 20 September, 2020 or alternatively, call CrimeStoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”