The family of a man missing for almost a week is "very concerned for his safety".
David Baird was last seen by a neighbour as he left his home in South Lanarkshire last Saturday.
The 54-year-old, who suffers from poor health, is described by police as being "well known" in his home town of Blantyre.
Mr Baird, of the town’s Teviot Way, was last seen in Hamilton Road heading to Cambuslang at around 5.45pm.
Police officers have been carrying out enquiries in the area, while they have also used the force helicopter to search Blantyre for the missing man.
Inspector Andrew Bain, of Hamilton Police Office, said: "Mr Baird is quite well known in the area and frequents local licensed premises in Hamilton, Blantyre and Kirkmuirhill near Lanark. A signal from his phone was received on Sunday, June 17, in the Cambuslang area but nothing since then.
"He suffers from poor health and can be unsteady on his feet so when out and about tends to use local taxis. I would appeal to any driver who may have picked him up or seen him about to contact police. It is not like him to be away for this length of time and due to this and his health, both we and his sister, are very concerned for his safety and well-being."
Mr Baird is described as around 5ft 8in to 5ft 9in, of slim build, with red auburn hair and blue eyes. He wears glasses and when last seen he was had on a green anorak, jeans and black shoes.
If anyone knows of his whereabouts, they are asked to contact Hamilton Police Office on 01698 483300.
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