Scots tourist missing in Poland after failing to return home on Glasgow flight

A search is underway for a Scots holidaymaker who has gone missing in Poland.

Sam Kennedy, from Clydebank, was due to fly home from Krakow to Glasgow on Thursday June 27 but he failed to board his flight. His worried family have not heard from him since.

The 20-year-old's sister Robyn issued an urgent appeal for help on social media.

She wrote: "This is my brother Sam. He was supposed to have returned home from Poland (Krakow) on Thursday night but me and my family have not heard from him.

"If anyone knows any information that could help us find him please let us know and please share this post so we can reach as many people as possible.

"Any help is hugely appreciated by me and my family. Thank you."

An FCDO spokesperson said: “We are supporting the family of a British national missing in Poland."

Police Scotland confirmed the force is aware of the report on Sam's disappearance and is liaising with its counterparts in Poland as well as Interpol.

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