Police are searching for a woman who disappeared after missing her flight to Thailand from Glasgow Airport.
Amunai Hobbs, 41, was seen in Glasgow Airport in the early hours of Thursday morning where she was due to board her flight to Bangkok.
However, she left the airport to go to the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley because she said she did not feel well. She left the hospital at about 10.35, before treatment and she has not been seen since.
Police and relatives are increasingly concerned for her wellbeing, reports the BBC.
Ms Hobbs is from Thailand but lives in Oban, Argyll and Bute.
She is described as around 4ft 10 inches in height and of slim build with short black hair. When last seen she was wearing a beige fur coat, a purple dress with staining down the front, purple leggings and brown boots.
Inspector Gary Noonan said: "It is very unusual for Amunai not to be in contact with her family and we are very concerned as she had plans to travel abroad.
"We know she did not make the flight to Thailand and we are increasingly concerned for her wellbeing, given that she attended at hospital and hasn't been seen or heard from since.
According to the Scotsman, one report has placed her on Inchinnan Road, near Fleming Street, between 11.30am and 12.30pm.
The person who made the report stated that they don't believe that she was wearing any shoes, Police said.
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