POLICE in Glasgow are re-appealing for information after new CCTV images emerged showing missing man Gregor Gibbons. 

The 32-year-old, who has not been seen for two weeks, has been spotted in a further picture after going missing from his home in Springburn. 

In the release, Gregor can be seen walking eastbound on the Forth and Clyde Canal path at Twechar Bridge in Kilsyth. 

The image was taken at around 10.20pm on Tuesday, July 2, 2019. 

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A number of people had previously reported seeing Gregor walking on the canal path between 8pm and 10pm on the same day.

These sightings were at Bishopbriggs heading towards Kilsyth, and in the Twechar area of the path. He is also seen on CCTV near to the Auchinstarry Marina around 10.50pm.

There have been further unconfirmed sightings in the Falkirk area, with cops are liaising with their colleagues in Forth Valley Division regarding these.

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Officers have said they are 'extremely concerned' about Gregor and have called for anyone with information to come forward. 

Chief Inspector Scott McCarren of Maryhill Police Office said: “We are extremely concerned for Gregor as he has never been missing before and there are no confirmed sightings of him since Tuesday, July 2.

"Gregor’s family are absolutely devastated by his disappearance as it is completely out of character for him not to keep in contact with his family and friends.

“Local officers carried out a stop and speak operation on the canal path near to Twechar Bridge last night which was exactly two weeks on from when he was last seen there. 

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“Since Gregor was reported missing, we have been doing everything we can to find him.

"We have followed up a number of sightings that have been reported and spoken to people in each of the areas where he was seen.

"We’ve also gathered and viewed hours of CCTV footage to date. Officers have been assisted by specialist search advisors, the Dive and Marine Unit, and the dog unit throughout this enquiry."

Gregor is described as white, around 5ft 5 inches in height and of slim build with very short dark hair. When he was last seen he was wearing a black Nike hooded top, black shorts and black trainers.

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Anyone who has any information about Gregor is encouraged to contact Maryhill Police Station through 101 quoting incident number 0119 of July 3, 2019.