Police are appealing for help to trace a man who has gone missing from Clydebank.

Melville Cowan was last seen leaving him home address in Ovetoun Court around 8.35am on Wednesday November 1.

It has since been established that the 55-year-old took a train from Dalmuir around 8.50am and got off at Partick.

Officers have since traced CCTV footage of him getting off a train at Glasgow Queen Street Low Level at 9.18am the same day.

At this time, it is not known where he went from there and officers are currently working to piece together his movements and would like to speak to commuters who may have seen him in Glasgow Queen Street station.

Melville is described as 5ft8 in height, of stocky build, with short grey hair and stubble. He was wearing a khaki green jacket, a cream woollen jumper, grey jogging bottoms and black trainers.

Inspector Gerry Boyd from Dumbarton Police Station said: "Extensive enquiries are ongoing to trace Melville as quickly as possible and officers are continuing to examine CCTV footage as well as speaking to his family and friends.

"His loved ones are extremely worried about him and although he has gone missing for a few hours before, he has never been out of touch for this length of time.

"We are keeping an open mind as to Melville's whereabouts but do know that he has travelled by train.

"I would appeal to anyone who have been at or around Dalmuir, Partick or Queen Street Low Level and may have seen a man matching his description to please come forward and provide us with that information.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact Dumbarton Police Station via 101 and quote incident number 1067 of Thursday 2nd November 2017.