Concern is growing for an Inverness woman who has not been seen since last week.
Jacqueline Rabbeth was reported missing on Thursday.
Police say they are growing “increasingly concerned” for her wellbeing.
Fears were first raised when she failed to appear for a planned appointment on Sunday, May 31.
She is believed to have been in the Dingwall area until 10pm on Wednesday, June 3, but police believe she may have returned to Inverness after that.
A photograph was released at the weekend, but despite a widespread appeal for information, she remains missing
The 24-year-old is 5ft 5in and heavy build with a fair complexion, brown eyes, and shoulder-length dark hair.
She also has several distinctive tattoos, including names on both her hands and a flower and another name on her neck.
Police are also still seeking information on a man reported missing from the Inverness area almost a month ago.
Craig Moverley was last seen in the Charleston/Kinmylies area at around 11pm on May 10.
Police say he may have travelled to the Aberdeen area, but the 46-year-old has not been spotted since and has failed to make contact with friends or family.
He is 5ft 8in and slim with brown hair in a ponytail and is usually clean shaven.
He was wearing jeans and a white T-shirt and may also have a black-hooded waterproof jacket.
Mr Moverley is the father of murdered toddler Karisha White, who was killed by Allan Rennie in Girvan, Ayrshire, in 1996.
Anyone with information on either person should contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.