River rescue hero George Parsonage has carried out a search for missing woman Kirsty Aitchison.

The Royal Humane Society chairman confirmed that searches of the River Clyde and its banks have been carried out in the last 24 hours after the 30-year-old disappeared on Sunday morning.

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The mum-of-four vanished after attending a Scotland Deaf Booze Crew event in Campus nightclub on Sauchiehall Street.


Police have now traced her last steps using CCTV to the Broomielaw where she was last seen at 3.16am.

He said: "Having read the story in the Evening Times, we decided to carry out a search as we do with most missing people."

The search, however, only covered a five mile area from the River Clyde's tidal wheel in the Saltmarket to the site of the Old Belvidere Hospital in Glasgow's London Road.

A member of George's team covered the bank on his cycle and a river search was carried out. 

George confirmed he has not been asked officially to carry out a search by Police Scotland yet.