Missing Coatbridge lad Calum Wilson who ‘banged his head, travelled to London & slept in a phone box’ traced s – The Scottish Sun
A SCOTS lad who vanished after banging his head has returned home safe after travelling to London and sleeping in a phone box.
Calum Wilson, 21, disappeared on Wednesday and had last been sighted at Glasgow Central train station at around 1pm – sparking a frantic search.
Calum has been traced after banging his head and vanishing
Two hours earlier he was spotted at a train station in Motherwell, and it’s understood he had bought a ticket to Edinburgh.
Loved ones launched a frantic plea to help track Calum down on social media.
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And they have now confirmed that he is home safe and sound after “trekking” to London.
Sister Amy Wilson, who initially put out a passionate online plea for her sibling’s return, updated to say he was home.
She wrote: “So after trekking to London, sleeping in a phone box he finally brought himself home. I don’t want to let him go
“I’ve never been so happy to see the big lanky git. Can’t thank everyone enough thank you.”
Calum is said to have travelled to London and slept in a phone box
Pals and family were relieved at his return
The disappearance was described as acting “out of character” and may have been “confused” after hitting his head off a wall.
It was believed he may have been travelling to England after CCTV showed him boarding a train to Carlisle.
And Lanarkshire cops have revealed Calum may have travelled to Newcastle as the search for him continues.
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The appeal to help find him on Facebook has now been shared nearly 4,000 times.
Coops have confirmed that Calum was traced safe and well.
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