Police have narrowed the time frame in their appeal for a missing 63 year-old man who is believed to have started cycling from Fort William to his home in Fife.
Anthony Parson left his home address in the Ross Court area of Tillicoultry at around 9.30am on Friday.
He was reported missing after failing to return home and there has been no sight of him since.
Mr Parson travelled to Fort William by train arriving at around 4.10pm on Friday. It is believed he then set off to cycle back to Tillicoultry along the A82.
Concern is growing for his welfare and anyone who knows his current whereabouts is asked to contact the police immediately.
Mr Parson is described as being 5ft 9ins and of stocky build. He also has short hair, a moustache and is possibly wearing glasses. He has a tattoo of an anchor on his right upper arm and a tattoo of an eagle on his left arm.
He was last seen wearing a silver and grey bike helmet with a blue long-sleeved cycling top. He was wearing a high-visibility vest with fingerless gloves, beige combat camouflage trousers and walking boots. He was carrying a silver and blue backpack and had a yellow bike with black handlebars.
Area Commander Drew Sinclair said: “I am appealing for anyone who may have seen a man matching Mr Parson’s description on the A82 between Fort William and Crianlarich between 4pm on Friday and 8am on Sunday to please contact us.
“We are concerned for Mr Parson’s welfare and are asking anyone who may have seen him, or who knows his current whereabouts, to contact us immediately.”
Anyone with information can contact Police Scotland on 101.