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25 September 2016, 07:47
Police seeking a teenage boy missing for a week have been speaking to passers-by in places he is known to visit.
Scott Diver, 16, of Clydebank, was last seen at home by his father on Saturday September 17.
One week on, Police Scotland officers have carried out "stop and speak'' facilities at three points in the West Dunbartonshire town - near the teenager's home, around Clydebank Shopping Centre and at the bus station on Chalmers Street.
Scott is described as being white, 5ft 7ins, with a slim build, blue eyes and dark hair.
When last seen, he was wearing a navy blue Adidas tracksuit with light blue stripes down the arms and legs, a white T-shirt and navy Adidas trainers with grey stripes.
Inspector John Mullen said: "We are becoming increasingly worried about Scott as he has not made contact with anyone in almost a week.
"We've been carrying out a significant number of enquiries to trace Scott's movements and we are utilising a range of specialist services available to us, including the air support unit and search teams.
"I hope that by visiting the areas where Scott was last seen or known to frequent, someone will remember seeing him.
"Please continue to contact the police with any information you have that could help us find Scott.''
Officers can be contacted via the 101 number.