Search for woman with links to Glasgow’s Southside who has been missing for three months

People in the Southside of Glasgow are being urged to look out for a woman who has been missing for three months.
Anne Vetvik was last seen on Thursday, February 13.Anne Vetvik was last seen on Thursday, February 13.
Anne Vetvik was last seen on Thursday, February 13.

Police in Glasgow have renewed their appeal for information in order to try to trace Anne Vetvik.

Anne, a Norwegian national, was reported missing by staff at Stobhill Hospital on Thursday, February 13, where she was last seen around 5pm that day.

The 56-year-old is described as white, around 5ft 5in in height, of a medium build with shoulder length greying hair. She speaks very good English with a Norwegian accent.

Despite extensive enquiries, officers are still keen to speak to anyone who may have seen Anne who normally wears a woollen hat, wraparound sunglasses, red lipstick and habitually carries her handbags crossed over her shoulders and all of her possessions in shopping bags.

Sergeant Niall MacLeod, of Maryhill police station, said: “I would like to thank members of the public who have assisted police so far in the search for Anne. Officers are still conducting enquiries on a local and wider scale, but it has now been 12 weeks since Anne was reported missing.

“She is a quiet and reserved person who does not disclose much about her lifestyle, or those she associates with.

“Anne has links to the city centre, Southside and West End areas of Glasgow and I would appeal to anyone who may see her in those areas to let us know and Anne, if you are reading this, please let us know you are safe and well.”

Anyone with information on her whereabouts are asked to contact officers through 101 quoting reference number 2011 of Thursday, 13 February, 2020.

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