The family of a man missing in the Highlands are “incredibly worried” for his welfare.
Shaun Banner, 34, was last seen near Invergordon train station just after midnight on Saturday, April 23.
He is described as 5ft 7in tall, of slim build, with short brown hair, and blue eyes.
When last seen, he was wearing green and brown ‘Crofter’ work trousers, a grey ‘Rogue Attitude’ puffer style jacket, blue ‘RSE’ work top and grey, purple, and blue Nike Air max trainers.
His family have issued a plea on social media, asking anyone with any information to come forward.
They wrote: “We are at a stage of desperation in the search for Shaun. Our family is incredibly worried, Shaun has not been himself lately and we are worried about his state of mind and just want to know he is safe.
“Sharing Shaun’s picture is important so please continue to share far and wide. Reminding people constantly of what he looks like and that he’s not been found yet.
“Equally speak about him, let people know he is missing; your elderly relatives, your neighbour without social media, anyone who could potentially not even know Shaun’s missing but could be holding an important piece of the puzzle if they have seen him.
“We are relying on people knowing Shaun is missing to get any information of his whereabouts.”
Inspector Chris Murray of Alness Police Station said: “We remain very concerned for Shaun’s welfare and this only increases as time passes and he remains out of contact with family and friends
“Extensive police enquiries and searches are ongoing and I would urge anyone who may have any information which could help to get in touch.
“I would also ask the local community to remain vigilant and to check any sheds or outbuildings where someone may seek shelter regularly and share anything of note with us.
“Anyone with information regarding Shaun’s whereabouts or welfare is asked to contact police via on 101 quoting incident 2300 of April 23.”