Police in Perthshire have issued a fresh appeal in the search for a teenager who has been missing for two days.
Santino Hogan, known as Sonny, was last seen leaving his house in Main Street, Glenfarg, at around 6pm on Friday.
Specialist officers and police dogs have been carrying out searches in the area on Sunday.
Local residents have been urged to check their outbuildings and dog walkers have been asked to keep their pets on a lead so as “not to distract from the search”.
The 16-year-old is around 5ft 7in with short black hair.
When last seen he was wearing a black parka-style jacket, grey trainers and blue trousers.
It is believed that he has his mobile phone with him.
Constable Mike Brown said: “We are continuing to carry out enquiries to find Sonny and are asking members of the public to check any outbuildings they may have, in case he has tried to find shelter overnight.
“Specialist search officers, with the assistance of our trained police dogs, are also carrying out searches in the area.
“We would ask members of the public who are out in the area walking their own dogs to please keep them on a lead so as not to distract from the search.
“It is completely out of character for Sonny to not return home and therefore as more time passes, his family are growing increasingly concerned.”