Police have issued a dashcam and CCTV appeal as searches continue for a missing 41-year-old.
Calum Mackenzie has been missing from his home in Salvesen Crescent, Alness, since 1.30pm on Thursday and concern is growing for his welfare.
Drivers are being asked to check dashcam footage from between 1pm and 3pm on Thursday, particularly from the Salvesen Crescent, Kendal Crescent and Obsdale Road areas in Alness, and the B817 shore road between Alness High Street and Invergordon.
Members of the public are also being asked to check CCTV around their property, and to have a look in any outbuildings, sheds or garages for any sign of Calum.
The 41-year-old is described as white, 6ft in height, stocky build, bald and was wearing a black jacket with a blue logo, a light blue shirt, black jeans and black boots.
While officers continue to work extensively, the local coastguard, RNLI and mountain rescue teams have also been providing assistance, leading to increased activity in the Alness and Invergordon area.
Inspector Martyn Brill said: “I thank the public for their continued assistance to trace Calum and ask if you have any details that could help to find him, no matter how insignificant they may seem, to please contact us. He has never been missing before and his family are extremely concerned. I also appeal to Calum directly to please get in touch with us or his family.”
Anyone who has knowledge of Calum’s whereabouts is being asked to contact officers at Alness Police Station via 101, quoting incident number 3129 of Friday, 8 November, 2019. Alternatively, information can be passed anonymously through the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.