Concerns have been raised for a man who has gone missing in Paisley weeks after moving to the area.

Robert Kaminski was last seen by a friend at his flat on Christie Street around 10am on November 4.

The 51-year-old has only lived in the area since the beginning of October, leading officers to worry that he may have gotten lost.

Robert is a Polish national who recently moved from Hamilton but doesn’t have any family in Scotland.

He is described as white, 5 ft 8 in height, of medium build, with short brown hair, blue eyes and is clean shaven.

He was wearing a grey sweater, a white t-shirt with a red outline and dark trousers and was carrying a rucksack on the day of his disappearance.

Inspector Julie Davenport, Paisley Police Office, said: “Robert has only been in Paisley since the beginning of October so doesn’t know the area well. He stayed in Hamilton prior to coming here but doesn’t have any family in Scotland.

“There has been some recent contact with him on his mobile, however, no one has actually seen him in the last few days and we need to make sure he is ok, so would appeal to him to get in touch with us as soon as possible.

“We don’t believe he has any money with him and won’t have anywhere to stay as far we know, so with the temperatures due to fall to freezing over the weekend, we have to find him as soon as we can.

“If you have any information that will assist officers finding Robert, then please call Paisley Police Office via 101.

“We would also say to Robert to get in touch. We just want to make sure you are ok.”