Police in Aberdeen are continuing to appeal for information to help find missing person Debbie Douglas.
The 39-year-old is originally from Lerwick but has recently been staying in the Pennan Road area of the city.
The last confirmed sighting of Debbie was at Tillydrone Pharmacy in Aberdeen’s Hayton Road on March 24, shortly after 11am.
Police believe she may have been in the city centre, and potentially the George Street area, on Tuesday.
Inspector David Cowie, who is leading enquiries, said: “As more time passes we are growing increasingly concerned for Debbie and it is therefore crucial we make contact with her as soon as possible to ensure she is safe and well.
“It is unusual for her to have gone this long without making contact with anyone.
“As Debbie has links to Lerwick it is entirely possible that she has made efforts to go back home so I would ask anyone who thinks they have seen a woman matching Debbie’s description on any mode of transport to let us know.
“Checks are ongoing with local transport operators, in addition to Aberdeen Airport and the ferry terminal.
“Most importantly I would appeal to Debbie directly to please get in touch with us to let us know you are OK – our main aim here is to make sure you are safe and well.
“Likewise if you know Debbie and know where she might be, I would urge you to get in touch as a matter of urgency.”
Debbie is described as being around 5ft 5 tall and of a thin build, with long dark hair.
Anyone with information that could help establish Debbie’s current whereabouts is asked to contact Police on 101.