Efforts to trace a man missing from his home in South Queensferry have been stepped up four days after he was last seen.
Police Scotland's Edinburgh Division has renewed an appeal for help in tracking Andrew Hardie.
The 29-year-old was last seen leaving his home address in Lawson Crescent at around 10.15pm on Wednesday.
Police are now keen to hear from anyone who was at Dalmeny Rail Station after 10.30 pm on Wednesday.
Sergeant Scott Walker said: "We are continuing in our efforts to trace Andrew who hasn't been seen or heard from since he left his home address.
"We believe there would have been people at the station that night who may have seen Andrew in the area and heading in the direction of the Forth Rail Bridge and we would like to speak to them.
"Anyone who has seen or heard from Andrew, or who has any other information that can assist our enquiries, should contact Police Scotland immediately on 101."
Andrew is described as white, 5ft 8ins tall and of a slim build. He has short dark hair and stubble. When last seen he was wearing dark blue jeans, white trainers, and an orange T-shirt with a 'Superdry' logo on the chest.
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