Family of missing teen Scott Diver make public appeal for information

Family of missing Clydebank boy, Scott Diver, have made a public appeal for the 16-year-old who has been missing since 2:45pm on Saturday the 17th of September.

Scott’s father read a family statement alongside Inspector John Mullen at a press conference earlier this morning. He said: “Scotty, if you see this please get in touch. You are not in any trouble we just want you home or for you to at least let us know you’re safe.

“All the family are missing you especially me and Nana and your family in Isle of Man.

“Can I ask anyone who might be helping Scott stay away from home to remember he relies on daily medication which he hasn’t had for at least ten days.

“Scotty, we love and miss you and want you home.

“You can contact us on the Missing Person’s text service on 116 000 through phone or text even if you have no credit.”

Scott Diver has been described as having dark hair, being a 5ft 10, white, a slim build young man with brown eyes.

When last seen he was wearing a navy blue Adidas tracksuit with light blue stripes down the arms and legs. He was also wearing a white t-shirt and navy clue Adidas training shoes with grey stripes.

Inspector John Mullen added: “Scott is a vulnerable young boy who has just turned 16. His family are devastated at his disappearance and I would urge anyone who knows where he is to contact the police via 101.”

Scott was seen on Co-op supermarket surveillance camera in  Clydebank the day he vanished.

He was caught on the Co-op's CCTV (Picture: Clydebank Police)

Anyone with any information about Scott Diver is asked to contact the police via 101 or to email the dedicated email address scottdiverinquiry@scotland.pnn.police.uk .

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