Police are urging businesses to check any CCTV they have as they search for a missing man in Peterhead.
Ramunas Spakauskas, who is originally from Lithuania, was last seen in the Bayview Crescent area of the town at around 8.30am on August 23.
The 36-year-old works in the Mintlaw area and officers are urging businesses there and in Peterhead and the surrounding areas to check their CCTV systems, particularly on Thursday morning as he may have visited.
Extensive searches have been ongoing involving specialist search police officers and partners including the coastguard.
Members of the public have also assisted but unfortunately Ramunas has not yet been traced.
Inspector Paul McCruden said: “It is out of character for Ramunas not to be in touch with his family and as time goes by they are increasingly worried for his welfare.
“We are continuing to ask members of the public to think back to Thursday morning, look at the photo of Ramunas and advise us if they think they may have seen him. It is possible he visited a local shop and we are asking shop owners to check any CCTV systems they have.
“We have searched a number of areas where Ramunas may have visited including Peterhead Harbour, walking routes and local parks.
“Searches are continuing today with officers focusing on the railway line between Longside and Mintlaw.
“Members of the public have assisted, which we are grateful for but we would ask as more detailed searches are required they allow specialist trained offices to complete them.”
Ramunas is described as around 5ft 10ins tall and of slim build, clean-shaven with short light brown hair.
When he was last seen he was wearing a black hooded top with green stripes on the sleeves, dark blue jeans and grey trainers.
Anyone with information is asked to call Police Scotland on 101 and quote incident 1182 of August 23.