Police have released a sketch of a man found injured on an Aberdeen road last week as they attempt to identify him.
The man was found on Denburn Road just after 7.30am on Friday morning.
He is currently in a “critical but stable” condition in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, however his identity remains “unknown” to police.
The man is thought to be around 50 years old, is 5ft 4in tall and around 74kg.
The artist’s impression has been released by officers as they attempt to trace friends and relatives.
A police spokesman said: “He was not wearing a khaki coloured jacket as first described, but the rest of his clothing is confirmed as a black woollen jumper, a black shirt with thin white and grey stripes, blue denim jeans, white sports socks and running style trainers which had black uppers.
“If anyone has information which may assist Police Scotland in identifying the man, or may have witnessed someone fitting this description in or near the area at this time, they are encouraged to call Police Scotland on 101.”