Cops search for man who disappeared after filming for hit BBC show in Glasgow park

COPS are searching for a man who went missing after filming a hit BBC show in a Glasgow park.

Graeme Corbett disappeared after attending the antiques road show at Pollok Country Park.

Graeme Corbett disappeared after attending the Antiques Roadshow


Graeme Corbett disappeared after attending the Antiques RoadshowPhoto credit: Police Scotland

Graeme from Alloa was last seen around 10am yesterday after attending the event.

Hundreds of people attended the Glasgow Park TV taping yesterday, raising hopes that someone might have information on where Graeme is.

Police have released a description of the missing man and urged the public to keep their eyes peeled.

Graeme is described as being in his late 40s, 5’7″ and of slim build. He has curly gray hair, a stubbly gray beard and wears glasses.

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He was last spotted in a light gray blazer, navy blue pants and a large black backpack.

A statement from Scotland Police’s Forth Valley Division said: “Police are asking for information on the whereabouts of Graeme Corbett, who resides in the Alloa area.”

“Graeme was last seen at Pollock Country Park in Glasgow on 04/07/2023 at 10am after attending an antiques roadshow event.”

Officials have urged anyone with information on where Graeme is believed to be to get in touch.

Police added: “If you have any information on Graeme’s whereabouts please call 101 quoting reference number 0775 dated 5 July 2023.”

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Edmuns DeMars

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