Multi-agency searches continue in a bid to trace missing pensioner Alistair Lovie on Raasay.
The 72-year-old was reported missing from his home on the island on the afternoon of Sunday, March 31.
He was last seen around 11am that day walking close to disused mines north of Inverarish.
Extensive searches have been ongoing involving Police Scotland, HM Coastguard helicopter and ground resources, the Search and Rescue Dogs Association, Skye Mountain Rescue Team RAF Mountain Rescue Team, Scottish Fire and Rescue and RNLI.
Local volunteers have also assisted with the search activity.
Officers are urging residents on Raasay to remain vigilant and to report anything which may be of use to police.
Inspector Bruce Crawford said: “Sadly despite extensive searches over the last three days, the last confirmed sighting of Alistair remains on Sunday morning.
“Raasay is a small community and we know that there is considerable concern for Alistair among local residents.
“We would like to thank them for their assistance and support of the agencies taking part in the searches.
“I would ask that people remain vigilant and report anything which may be of use to police as soon as you can.
“If you have a shed or somewhere someone could have sought shelter then please continue to thoroughly check these.”
Alistair is described as 5ft 10in tall, of medium build with brown hair and blue eyes.
When last seen he was wearing a black jacket, jeans, a black cap, a blue shirt and a red jumper.
Anyone with any information is asked to get in touch quoting incident number 2548 of Sunday, March 31 or speak with any police officer