Police have released fresh CCTV images of a missing Aberdeen man as officers step up their efforts to find him.
Mark Ingram was last seen in the Mastrick Road area of the city at around noon on Thursday, November 26.
Police have since put up posters with an image of the 31-year-old, and officers have been making door-to-door inquiries where he was last seen as they try to track him down.
Mr Ingram was last spotted on CCTV outside the Spar shop in Mastrick on the day he went missing.
However the footage was of poor quality, and did not show what he looks like in detail.
The photograph that was initially distributed by police has proved problematic for the search team as it is old, and does not reflect what Mr Ingram currently looks like.
The force has now released further CCTV images – taken in October of this year – in the hope it gives a clearer picture of what he looks like.
Detective Inspector Stephen Beattie said: “We have released some more recent CCTV of Mark in Aberdeen in October and we hope that these images might jog someone’s memory of seeing Mark either in the Aberdeen area or in Banchory or Torphins.
“We understand Mark has connections in both of these towns and we’re asking anyone who may have seen him in these areas, or indeed further afield, to come forward.”
When last seen, Mr Ingram was wearing a black jacket with a grey hooded jumper, dark denim jeans and dark brown shoes.
DI Beattie added: “There’s nothing to suggest at this time that Mark has come to any harm but as time passes we are growing increasingly concerned for his safety.
“If anyone has seen Mark we’d urge them to come forward.”
Anyone who has seen Mr Ingram or has information that could assist officers in tracking him down should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 to remain anonymous.