Police have issued an appeal for information following the disappearance of numerous people during the weekend.
Police are continuing their investigation into the whereabouts of Aberdeen man Keith Roger following reports he travelled to Stonehaven and Stirling
Concerns were raised for the 52-year-old’s welfare after a Ford Ka he had access to was found on its roof between Monymusk and Kemnay at about 5.05am on Friday.
Mr Roger was reported missing from the Gordon Street area of Aberdeen and a man fitting his description was later seen at the bus station beside Union Square shopping centre.
It’s thought he boarded a bus heading for Stonehaven at around 1.30pm on Friday, getting off in the Cowie Bridge area of the town.
However police reports suggest he has also travelled to Stirling at around 6:15pm on Saturday.
Police have confirmed Keith Roger, 52 from Aberdeen, has been traced safe and well in the Pitlochry area.
He was missing for nearly a week.
Search teams were sent to scour the north-east coast yesterday amid efforts to find the missing 24-year-old man.
Coastguard working alongside the police diving and helicopter unit are currently searching the Gadle Braes area of Peterhead.
Ruairidh Sandison had been on a night out in the centre of Peterhead on Friday, but has not been seen since early on Saturday morning.
He was last heard from at around 4.20am that day, while he was on Gadle Braes in the Buchanhaven area of the town.
Friends say the light blue denim jacket he had been wearing was found beside a children’s play park nearby, but no other clues as to his whereabouts have been discovered.
Police in Banff are keen to trace David Handyside who has been reported missing.
The 53-year-old was last seen about 1pm on Friday in the harbour area of Macduff.
David is driving a blue Peugeot motor car, registration NL04RNY.
Police have confirmed that Mr Handyside from the Northumberland area has been traced “safe and well from Macdduff.”
Police are appealing for help to trace a man missing from north-east Fife, and who may be travelling in the Cairngorm area.
Ian Mills was last seen at around 6pm on Thursday August 8 on the High Street, Crail.
He left there in a silver Volkswagen T5 campervan with the registration plate YN59 CNX.
The 55-year-old was in contact with his family at around 10.30 later that night, but has not been in contact with anyone since.
Officers believe Ian may have travelled to the Callander and Trossachs areas or further afield to Cairngorm.
Police have located Mr Mills and he is reported to be safe and well.
Police in Alness are currently carrying out enquiries into the whereabouts of Dylan Bannister. The 15-year-old has been reported missing from the Invergordon area.
Dylan has now been traced safe and well by police.