A search has been launched for an Aberdeen man who is believed to have travelled to Ireland.
Ernestas Kolys, 26, was reported missing on Monday after he was last seen boarding a flight to Belfast from Aberdeen Airport on Thursday, October 6.
The flight landed in Belfast around 11.40am on October 6.
Police say concerns for Mr Kolys welfare are growing and believe he may have travelled from Belfast to the Republic of Ireland.
He is described as 6ft 1ins in height and of lanky build with short brown hair.
He was last seen wearing a navy parka-style jacket with a striped jumper underneath, light blue jeans, black boots and was carrying a black rucksack.
Sergeant Mark Cobban, of Aberdeen Mastrick Police Station, said: “Enquiries are ongoing to trace Ernestas and we are concerned for his welfare.
“We believe once he landed in Belfast that he may have travelled south towards the Republic of Ireland.
“I would also urge Ernestas himself to contact police to let us know you are safe and well.
“Anyone with any information on Erenstas’s whereabouts, or who has any information which could assist, is asked to contact 101, quoting reference 1882 of October 10.”