BusinessPeople In BusinessViewers urged to help find missing accountant

Viewers urged to help find missing accountant

Crimewatch asks for help in abduction case

The mystery surrounding the kidnapping of Scottish accountant Andrew Ramsay
will be aired on the BBC’s Crimewatch tonight as police appeal to the public for
help.

Ramsay, 51, was last seen in February outside his home when he was abducted
by two men posing as police officers who said he was under arrest.

Police will show an e-fit of one of the men who pretended to be a detective
and bundled Ramsay into a waiting car.

Ramsay was due to appear in a Glasgow High Court case as a witness in a fraud
trial concerning money-laundering.

A £5,000 reward from Crimestoppers has also been posted for information on
the whereabouts of Ramsay.

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