Police release CCTV image in search for missing 15-year-old Faith Marley last seen meeting man in Glasgow
Police searching for a 15-year-old girl who has been missing for four days have released a CCTV image of her meeting with a man at a bus station.
Faith Marley, from the Leith area of Edinburgh, was last seen at Buchanan Bus Station in Glasgow on Wednesday morning.
Police Scotland say the teenager travelled to Glasgow on a Citylink number 900 bus.
She arrived at the bus station around 11.05am and was spotted on CCTV meeting with a man – who police believe to be aged between 20 and 30 years old – shortly after 11.20am.
The pair then left the bus station in the direction of North Hanover Street.
Police say that while “nothing from our enquiries suggest she has come to any harm”, they remain “very concerned” for Faith.
Chief Inspector Cath Thorburn said: “This sighting in Glasgow is now the most recent confirmed sighting of Faith.
“We would urge anyone who believes they may have seen or heard from Faith at any time since Wednesday to get in touch urgently.
“We are working to identify the man seen in her company leaving Buchanan Bus Station as he may have information which could help. If you know who he is or if you recognise yourself please come forward.”
Faith has been described as about 5ft 7ins, of medium build with dark blonde shoulder-length hair.
At the time she was last spotted, she was wearing a black hooded top, leggings and black and white high-top converse shoes.
The man she was seen with has been described as white with dark hair and at the time of the sighting was wearing a grey jumper, black trousers and black shoes.
He was also seen pulling a white or silver case or box with a blue bag on top of the handle and carrying a dark-coloured backpack.