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‘We are very concerned for their welfare’: Search under way for woman and baby

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‘We are very concerned for their welfare’: Search under way for woman and baby

A Police Scotland inspector said the force is “very concerned for their welfare”. The pair were last spotted heading towards a bus stop after leaving a supermarket in Glasgow city centre.

Thursday 14 March 2024 09:19, UK

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A search is under way for a woman and baby last seen in Glasgow city centre.

A Police Scotland inspector said the force is “very concerned for their welfare”.

The woman and baby, who is believed to be aged between four and six months, were last seen leaving a supermarket in Jamaica Street at around 4.20pm on Wednesday and heading north towards a bus stop.

The baby was dressed in a red snowsuit with a hood and pink hat when last seen.

The woman is described as a white Eastern European, with blonde hair tied up with a green scrunchie.

She is believed to be wearing a black jacket and ankle-length multi-coloured dress, and carrying a yellow cross-shoulder bag.

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Inspector David Hill said: “We are appealing for anyone who recognises this woman and baby, or knows where they might be, to please contact us urgently.

“We are very concerned for their welfare and want to make sure they are traced safe and well.”

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