The daughter of a missing Rangers fan has launched an urgent appeal to anyone who might know the whereabouts of her father.

Diehard bluenose Stephen McPhail was last seen around 8.20am on Saturday, 15th of June in Drumry Road East in Drumchapel, Glasgow.

Stephen McPhail was last seen in the Drumchapel area of Glasgow.

His daughter Taylor has launched the appeal after her dad was spotted heading towards Dumbarton/Balloch at 9 am on the Saturday morning.

“Please if anyone at all has seen him get in touch we are all so worried this is so out of character for him he has no phone money or anything,” said Taylor, as quoted by the Daily Record.

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“Please come home dad.”

The 43-year-old is described as bald, six foot two, of stocky build and with brown eyes. He also goes by the name Stef.



His last known outfit was a grey Adidas zipper with a hood, black cargo trousers and “training shoes”.

The fact this is described as “out of character” for Stef means that his family are fraught with worry about his whereabouts.

Police Scotland have also appealed for witnesses. (Photo by Ken Jack/Getty Images)

If anyone knows anything at all about Stef’s movements, they’re being urged to contact the police.

Anyone who has seen or anyone who knows of his present whereabouts can contact police at Drumchapel immediately via 101, quoting incident number 5396 of June 15th.


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