Urgent search for missing teen last seen with ‘unknown man’ at Glasgow bus station

A MISSING teenager was last seen with an “unknown man” at a Glasgow bus station as fears grew for her safety.

Holly Monteith was last seen in person leaving her home in Port Seton, East Lothian, at around 4pm yesterday.

Holly was last seen in person yesterday


Holly was last seen in person yesterdayPhoto credit: Police Scotland
The 15-year-old was caught on CCTV with an unknown man at the Buchanan bus station today


The 15-year-old was caught on CCTV with an unknown man at the Buchanan bus station todayPhoto credit: John Gunion – The Sun Glasgow

The 15-year-old is believed to have traveled to Glasgow by bus and was seen on CCTV with an unknown man at Buchanan bus station at around 3.40pm today.

Holly has not been seen since and police say they are becoming increasingly concerned about her Security.

An urgent search has now been initiated the missing teenager.

Police released a description of her and urged the public to keep their eyes open.

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Holly is described as 1.50 meters tall, slim and shoulder-length hair

When she was last seen, she was wearing a white sweater, black shorts and black Converse Shoes.

Anyone who has seen Holly or has information is asked to call police.

A appeal Police Scotland’s East Lothian Facebook page said: “We are asking the public for help in our efforts to trace a reported woman.” miss in the East Lothian area

“Holly Monteith was last seen in person at approximately 4:00 p.m. on September 6, 2023, leaving her address in the Port Seton area.

“At 3.40pm today (09/06/23) Holly was caught on CCTV at Buchanan Street bus station in Glasgow with an unknown man.

“It is believed she traveled to Glasgow city center by public bus

“Anyone who has seen Holly since then or has information about her whereabouts is urged to contact police Scotland via 101, stating incident number 4763 from September 6th, 2023.”

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Edmuns DeMars

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