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Hunt for Polish student continues
Angelika Kluk
Angelika Kluk's disappearance has mystified her friends and family
An appeal for information about a missing Polish student has generated a good response from members of the public, police have said.

Student Angelika Kluk, 23, was last seen at St Patrick's Church in Anderston, Glasgow, on Sunday.

Police want to speak to the church's odd job man Pat Mcloughlan. Another man known as George has come forward and has been interviewed.

Family said her disappearance is completely out of character.

'Serious and responsible'

Ms Kluk was on a working holiday to fund her studies at the University of Gdansk.

She was due to return home on 2 October and had bought her ticket.

Aneta Kluk, 28, described her sister as a very serious and responsible person.

Police have already carried out a search of the chapel grounds where Ms Kluk had been staying.

On Saturday, she went to a golf range in the Bishopbriggs area with the man known as George.

She is described as 5ft 3in, of slim build, with long fair hair and green eyes.

Ms Kluk was last seen wearing a pink vest top, black combat-style trousers and possibly boots.




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