Police searching for missing Glasgow man Gregor Gibbons have found a body.
A police statement released this afternoon said that the body of a man was recovered this morning from the River Kelvin, near Dullatur Bridge close to Kilsyth.
The 32-year-old’s family was informed of the find, with a formal identification yet to take place.
The statement said: “Police Scotland can confirm that around 11.00 am today, Friday, 26 July 2019, the body of a man was recovered from the River Kelvin in the vicinity of Dullatur Bridge.
“Formal identification has yet to take place. However, the family of Gregor Gibbons, who was reported missing from the Colston area of Glasgow on Tuesday, 2 July 2019 has been informed.
“A post-mortem will take place to establish his cause of death, which is currently being treated as being unexplained, and a report will be sent to the Procurator Fiscal.”
Earlier today, a public mobilisation of people to search for traces of Gregor in the area was called off as police investigated items found belonging to him.
Gregor has been missing since July 2, having last been seen leaving his home on Colston Avenue at 6pm in his car heading to work.
He was then seen on CCTV going past a Maryhill Road convenience store just over half an hour later.
His car, a white Ford Fiesta, was later found parked in Grovepark Street.
The final sighting of Gregor was on CCTV that evening at around 10:20pm heading east along the Forth and Clyde canal path at Kilsyth’s Twechar Bridge.
A number of people also reported seeing him in the area that evening.
A Rangers fan, Gregor’s image was show at Ibrox ahead of the club’s recent fixtures in a bid to help trace him.
The campaign to find him was also backed by Nacho Novo and Gerry Cinnamon.
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