David McCoy was convicted earlier this week of repeated attacks on a woman in Townhead and Barlanark, including while she was sleeping.
The 41-year-old was also convicted of sexually assaulting a girl.
The charges spanned between 2010 and 2018.
McCoy was initially in the dock for the trial at Glasgow High Court, but went AWOL last Friday as it entered its final stages.
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He was not present when jurors returned guilty verdicts on four counts on Tuesday this week. A warrant was issued for his arrest.
Judge Olga Pastortnikov asked to call the case again today in the hope of finding it.
But Attorney General Paul Kearney KS.
Various addresses checked and excluded. Entry forced into two addresses without success.
“Efforts (to find Maki) are still ongoing.”
Judge Pastortnikov asked McCoy’s attorney Sarah Livingston if his parents had reported him missing.
The defense lawyer said she was not aware of their existence.
The judge again adjourned the case until March 31 in Inverness.
Mackey, from the city’s Springbog, must also be present to be officially placed on the sex offender list as a result of his conviction.
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