After reaching the one week mark since his disappearance, family and friends of the missing casino player in Scotland are stepping up their appeal for any information that might help them to find out what happened to Ross Ramsey last Friday and where he is now. Ramsey was last seen leaving the Gala Casino in Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, and some more details have now emerged concerning the last few hours in which we know his movements.
It seems that Ramsey walked into the casino and simply handed both his wallet and his phone over to the staff members there, and then rather than stopping to play any slot machine games as you would expect he just walked out again, prompting casino workers to call the police. However, they were not able to find any trace of the thirty two year old, who did not return to his home in Maryhill but was caught on CCTV in Newton Street, near the Charing Cross area of the city, in his last known sighting.
His mother, Sandra Ramsay, put out an appeal on Thursday: “Tonight it will be a week since we last heard from Ross. We are all extremely worried about him and desperate to find out if he is OK. To anyone who has information about Ross, we urge you to contact the police. Ross, your family and friends want you to come home. If you don’t feel that you’re ready to do so, please just let us know that you’re safe.”
His brother Ryan added: “We will always be here to help and support you Ross. We love you and miss you.” Police are calling the disappearance very out of character for the well established sound director, who was supposed to appear at a meeting regarding his new job with the National Theatre of Scotland on Monday afternoon but failed to turn up, something which really raises alarm bells for those who knew him. Chief Inspector Ann Hughes, area commander at Maryhill, said: “The response from the public so far has been very good, although Ross is still missing.”