Police and mountain rescue teams are searching for a missing north-east man in Perthshire.
Searches are being undertaken in the Glenlyon area for missing runner Chris Smith.
The 43-year-old is originally from Daviot in Aberdeenshire but now lives in Haywards Heath, Sussex.
He has been on holiday with his wife and sons in Perthshire and set off for a run from Invervar near Aberfeldy at about 3pm on Tuesday.
Mr Smith planned to run Meall nan Aighean, Carn Mairg, Meall Garbh and Carn Gorm before returning at 5pm.
Search teams have been deployed, including a helicopter, as efforts are made to locate him.
Mr Smith is also an athlete and has represented Great Britain in international mountain running competitions and in 2016 helped Team GB win bronze in the European Mountain Running Championships in Italy.
His family have issued an appeal on social media in a bid to trace the father of two, with a statement reading: “If you’re in the Glen Lyon/Loch Tay area today, please keep a lookout for Chris Smith.
“Chris is an experienced fell runner and dad to two boys who are missing him so much.
“He went out to run Meall nan Aighean, Cam Mairg, Meall Garbh and Carn Gorm yesterday (Tuesday, October 27) at 3pm, leaving from Inverar, and should have been back around 5pm.
“He may have become disorientated and ended up further afield.
“Please phone in any sightings to 999 quoting 2775/October 27.”
A police spokesman said: “Officers in Perthshire and mountain rescue teams are carrying out searches in the Glenlyon area following a report of a missing 43-year-old man.
“Chris Smith was last seen at around 3pm on Tuesday, 27 October.
“Emergency services are being assisted in the searches by the Coastguard helicopter.”
Anyone with information is urged to contact police on 101