The family of a missing Glasgow busker has urged him to come home in a heartbreaking appeal just days before Christmas.

Graham McAdam was last seen around 3.45am on Tuesday November 21 on Little Street in the Anderson area.

At the time of his disappearance he was wearing a dark blue 'Superdry' lumberjack style jacket with green and yellow stripes and a white woollen collar.

Underneath he had a black "Killers" t-shirt with white writing and may have also been wearing a dark coloured woollen hat.

Step-daughter Pamela Downey posted on Facebook: "Possibly the longest four weeks ever, my Mum is in bits, as a family we are exhausted, broken, completely out of ideas and just so worried.

"His wife, sisters, step kids, nieces and nephews , all family and friends are sick with worry and we need to hear something!

"Graham please get in touch, don’t let us go thru Christmas like this, your family all love you and miss you like crazy."

Graham regularly busks in the area of the Hydro and SECC although he did not have his guitar with him when he went missing.

Sergeant Iain Wilson at Glasgow West End police office said: “His family say that it is completely out of character for him not to be in touch and as such are becoming increasing concerned for his wellbeing.

“I urge anyone who has seen him since 3.45am on Tuesday November 21 or anyone who knows of his present whereabouts to contact police at Glasgow West End office via 101 quoting incident number 1787 of November 21.

“I also appeal directly to Graham to get in touch with his family or police to let us know he is safe.”