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Kidnapped accountant still missing a year on

Glasgow accountant went missing on 22 February last year and case still frustrates police

police

Police have not been able to trace Glasgow accountant
Andrew
Ramsay
who was kidnapped on 22 February last year.

Ramsay was snatched by two men posing as police officers outside his
Cardonald
home.

Detective Superintendent
Willie
Prendergast
 said he remained optimistic of solving the mystery, but
admitted: ‘This has been one of the most frustrating inquiries I have dealt
with. Officers have investigated more than 1300 lines of inquiry and taken more
than 300 statements.’

Andrew, who will be 53 next month, was with his partner Beverley on the night
he disappeared. The couple had left the Quo Vadis pub in Paisley Road West
shortly after 7pm and went into G101 Off Sales before walking towards their
Berryknowes Road home. He was then abducted and there have been no sightings of
him since.

Further reading:

Viewers urged to help find missing accountant

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