CCTV footage has emerged of missing Glasgow man Gregor Gibbons outside a shop in the city as cops step up their search.

Gregor vanished on July 2 after failing to arrive at work.

His family reported him missing and it has now been more than a week since he's been in contact with anyone.

Now video footage of Gregor walking past a convenience store on Maryhill Road at around 6.35pm on July 2 has been confirmed as the last sighting.

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He is understood to have got into his white Ford Fiesta, registration SB64 NLG, when he left home in the morning.

Gregor is described as white and around 5ft 5in tall.

He is of slim build and has very short, shaven dark hair.  

When last seen he was wearing a black Nike hooded top, black sports shorts and black coloured trainers.  

His family remains extremely concerned for him and they just want to know what has happened to him and where he has gone. 

And police are urging anyone with information to come forward.

Inspector Pauline Thomson, Maryhill Police Office, said: “Gregor’s family is distraught at not knowing where he is or what has happened to him. 

"As part of the ongoing search for him, officers from the Marine Unit have been kayaking along the canal and also searching from the RIB.  

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"Officers are also searching more rural areas on off road bikes.  Despite this, Gregor has still not been found.  

"We continue to speak with family and friends and are checking CCTV footage for any small piece of information which could assist us in identifying where Gregor is.  

"I would ask people to check any footage on their dash cams or cycle helmet cameras as they may have picked up images of Gregor and not realise it.  If you think you have any information which could help, then please do contact us.”

Anyone with information is asked to call officers at Maryhill Police Station via 101, quoting incident number 0119 of July 3.