Family and friends of missing mother-of-four are preparing to search a park close to her home in Robroyston.

A search of Robroyston park, near her home at Brookfield Estate, will take place at 5pm in the north east of the city.

Kirsty, who is registered deaf, was last seen on Sunday June 12 at 3am after attending Scotland Deaf Booze Crew event in Campus nightclub on Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow.

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The 30-year-old's disappearance has sparked an online campaign from friends who have launched the #Pray4Kirsty hashtag and gathered groups of volunteers to aid their searches.

Members of the deaf community have rallyed together and launched their own online British Sign Language appeal which is Kirsty's only line of communication.

British Sign Language interpreter James Colhoun released a video appeal on behalf of the deaf community in the search for Kirsty.

Officers began to stage a search of her family home in Robroyston at 6am this morning.

Recently released CCTV footage has capturedf Kirsty at 3.15am on the Broomielaw at the River Clyde. 

She had taken her shoes off and was walking quickly and with purpose. 

She is described as having long dark hair, 5ft in height and of a slim build. 

She was last seen wearing a black crop top, a cream mid length skirt and black heels. 

Inspector Leigh McManus from Greater Glasgow Division said, “Officers have been working through the night to piece together Kirsty’s movements from when she left Campus in the early hours of Sunday morning.

“We have managed to track her route from Sauchiehall Street down to Argyle Street and then on to the Broomielaw at the River Clyde. From CCTV we can see that Kirsty had taken her shoes off and was walking quickly and with purpose.

“There is no suggestion that Kirsty entered a taxi or any vehicle although we are keen to hear from anyone who may have seen her walking down to the Broomielaw and then crossing over the road.

“Indeed, we are looking for people to get in contact if they know where she may have then gone.

“Officers are carrying out enquiries in the city centre and the public are urged to approach them with any concerns. I am urging anyone with information to get in touch with officers at Shettleston Police Office through 101 or by contacting us through the dedicated email address”