Searches have continued today for Highland woman Jacqueline Ullmer who has been missing for three days.
The 60-year-old was last seen around 1.30am on Saturday on Station Road in Carrbridge.
Searches were carried out in the local area throughout the weekend and these continued today with specialist police search officers supported by the RAF Mountain Rescue Team.
This follows searches during the weekend carried out by the HM Coastguard helicopter, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and mountain rescue personnel from the Cairngorm and RAF teams.
Inspector Vince Tough said: “Jacqueline has not been seen since the early hours of Saturday despite extensive search activity by police and our partner agencies.
“Naturally we are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare as time passes.
“Extensive searches have continued around Carrbridge today and I would continue to appeal to anyone who has been in the village over the last few days to let us know if you might have information which could help.
“Please think back, check dashcam footage or photographs in case you may have something which may be of use.
“The weather conditions over the weekend, particularly on Saturday, were very poor and I would ask local residents to thoroughly check any sheds or outbuildings on their land where someone may have sought shelter.
“We know that our concerns about Jacqueline are shared by the local community and we are grateful to everyone who has assisted with our enquiries so far.
“Anyone who has any information, no matter how insignificant it may seem, can call us on 101 quoting incident 1723 of August 31.”
She is described as being 5ft 6in tall and of slim build, with brown medium length hair.
It is not known exactly how she was clothed but she is believed to be wearing a blue jumper and blue jeans.