Police are appealing for help in tracing a man who came to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary asking for assistance then disappeared.
Officers said a man drove towards the hospital entrance at 8.40am this morning, got our his car and asked for help.
He was directed to the accident and emergency entrance, but “never attended”.
Inquiries carried out so far have revealed the dark, grey-coloured Mini was seen driving off towards Ashgrove Road.
Officers are concerned for the person as it’s not clear if he required assistance or if his passenger required assistance.
The man is described as around 5ft 6in in height, a medium build with a beard. He was wearing black tracksuit trousers, white trainers and a light grey coloured top.
Officers have been reviewing CCTV footage for any additional information in helping to locate this vehicle and the occupants within.
Sergeant Michael Loughhead said: “I am appealing to anyone who was in the grounds of the hospital around the time of the incident to contact us with any information you have, even if you think it’s not important, please pass it on.
“We just want to establish that he and his passenger are safe and well and do not require medical assistance. I would also ask motorists and members of the public out with the hospital grounds to think back and consider if they saw this car or saw the man in the car. If you have any information regarding this matter, please contact us.”
Anyone with information is asked to call officers at Queen Street Police Station via 101, quoting incident number 1279 of 13 October 2019.