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Body of Ross Ramsay, 30, found in River Clyde, Glasgow

Ross Ramsay
Image caption Ross Ramsay's family said his disappearance was out of character

The body of a man recovered from the River Clyde in Glasgow has been confirmed as that of a 30-year-old who went missing after leaving a casino.

Ross Ramsay was last seen at about midnight on 14 February leaving the Gala Casino on Sauchiehall Street.

Strathclyde Police said his body had been recovered from the water at King George V Dock, near Braehead shopping centre, at about 11:30 on Monday.

A post mortem examination was held and there are no suspicious circumstances.

Mr Ramsay, who was originally from Arbroath, Angus, had been staying in Glasgow's Maryhill area prior to his death.

'Personal issues'

He was said by police to have "some personal issues in his life" and required daily medication.

It is understood that he had been in the Ben Nevis pub on Argyll Street on the evening he went missing.

Police became involved after casino staff reported that he had handed his wallet and phone to staff in the reception area before leaving.

Mr Ramsay, who had worked as a sound director in television and theatre, was due to start a job with with the National Theatre of Scotland before he went missing.

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