Police are appealing for motorists to check dash cam footage after a fresh sighting of a missing Peterhead man emerged.
Ramunas Spakauskas was last seen for certain in the town’s Bayview Crescent last Thursday morning.
But officers now believe he was in Peterhead’s Cairntrodlie area at around 4pm on Friday August 24.
Searches for the 36-year-old fish factory worker on Monday concentrated on Peterhead Harbour and an abandoned railway line.
Mr Spakauskas’ sister Jurgita Jakiene led her own search effort on Sunday with around a dozen people looking in the Meethill area, Aden Country Park in Mintlaw and Peterhead town centre.
Despite those efforts there was still no sign of Mr Spakauskas.
Inspector Paul McCruden said: “We are concerned for Ramunas’ welfare and we just want to make contact with him to ensure he is okay.
“His family have not heard from him and as time goes by naturally they are growing increasingly concerned.
“We want to stress that Ramunas is not in trouble in any way.
“We would ask that residents in the area again check any outbuildings and sheds that they have for signs that someone may have sought shelter there.
“Searches in the local area are continuing using specialist police resources.”
Mr Spakauskas is around 5ft 10 inches, with a slim build and short light brown hair.
When 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 urged to contact police on 101.