Sister of missing Govan man Tom Graham appeals for information

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Police Scotland is continuing to appeal for information from the public to help trace a 30-year-old man who is missing from the Govan area.

Tom Graham was last seen by a family member in Elderpark Street in mid-October.

It is usual for Tom not to be in regular contact, however not for this length of time. His family has become increasingly concerned and reported him missing to Police Scotland on Monday, 26 November 2018.

Today, his sister Sarah appealed to the public and directly to her brother.

She said: “Tom, my brother, is a father of two children. He is loved by the family. Tom would come to my home all the time, at least after every few weeks, but I’ve not seen or spoken to him since mid-October.

“Tom, if you are hearing me, please let someone know that you are OK. You have not done anything wrong so please let me know you are OK.

“If anyone has any information about Tom, please let the police know. We just want to know if Tom is OK or what’s happened to him.”

He is described as around 6ft tall, with a medium/muscular build. He has several distinctive tattoos, including the name ‘Sophie’ on the right side of his neck, an image of a black panther on his right calf and a tattoo on his right forearm. He also has a distinct birthmark on the left side of his neck.

Chief Inspector Shaheen Baber, Area Commander for Govan, based at Helen Street Police Station said: “Tom’s family are becoming increasingly concerned as time goes on and I am appealing for anyone with information regarding his whereabouts to please come forward.

“He is known to frequent various areas of Glasgow, including Govan, Toryglen and Drumchapel where he has friends and family. I would urge members of the public to report any possible sightings of him to police.

“I would also appeal directly to Tom to please get in touch with someone to confirm that he is safe and well.”

Anyone with information is requested to contact Helen Street Police Station via 101, quoting incident number 1844 of Monday 26 November 2018.