Police hunt for student, 22, who vanished during night out in Glasgow as items belonging to her are found in the River Clyde
- Student Emily Hope, 22, went missing after leaving nightclub in Glasgow centre
- Friend says Miss Hope, from the city’s Jordanhill area, walked off on her own
- Police have found personal items belonging to the woman in the River Clyde
Police are searching a river after finding personal items belonging to a student who went missing in Glasgow.
Emily Hope, 22, went missing after leaving Mango nightclub in the city centre at around 2am on Saturday morning.
One friend says that she walked off on her own and ‘no-one could find her or see where she went’.
Emily Hope, 22, went missing after leaving Mango nightclub in the city centre at around 2am on Saturday morning. Police are searching a river after finding personal items belonging to the student
The psychology student, from the north-west area of Jordanhill, was last seen on CCTV near the Tradeston Bridge.
Police in Scotland are now working with specialist search teams including a Marine Unit on the River Clyde.
Friend Emma Bódig posted: ‘Our friend Emily Hope went missing last night at around 2am. She was out in mango (sauchiehall street) with some friends and left on her own, no one could find her or see where she went.
‘She was wearing grey jeans and a long sleeve polka dot top and a bright red jacket with red shoes.
The student, from the north-west district of Jordanhill, was last seen on CCTV near the Tradeston Bridge
‘If anyone hears from her or has seen her/knows anything could you please get in touch ASAP, we’re really worried about her!’
A spokesman for Glasgow Police said: ‘Officers are continuing to carry out enquiries and searches for 22 year-old Emily Hope from Jordanhill, who has been missing since Saturday 22 February 2020.
Inspector Gavin Smith said: ‘A review of CCTV footage has revealed that Emily was last seen near the Tradeston Bridge and personal items belonging to Emily have been found next to the River Clyde in the Tradeston area. Officers, assisted by specialist search teams including the Marine Unit will continue to search that area for Emily.’
‘I would ask anyone who has seen Emily in Glasgow City Centre or the Tradeston area to contact officers through 101 quoting reference number 1448 of 22nd February.’
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