Concern is growing for the welfare of a ‘vulnerable’ young man who has been missing for five days from Dundee.
Jamie Collins was reported missing from the Whitfield area of the city on Tuesday evening.
The 20-year-old reportedly enjoys traveling on buses in the city and was last seen in the Liff Road area around 7pm on May 31.
Members of the public have been urged to check sheds and garages for the young man, however police have urged people not to approach Jamie and instead call 101 if he is sighted.
Drivers with dashcam footage who were travelling in the Liff Road area between 7.20pm and 8pm on May 31 are also urged to come forward with footage they may have.
Jamie is described as 5ft 9in tall, with shoulder-length brown curly hair and was last seen wearing white Nike trainers and a blue tracksuit.
Officers added the 20-year-old has an unusual gait as he sways from side to side while walking.
Chief Inspector David Bradley said: “We are really concerned for Jamie’s welfare and are asking anyone with any information at all that could potentially assist with our search to please come forward urgently.
“He is a particularly vulnerable individual and it is imperative he is traced as quickly as possible.”
Any information can be passed to Police Scotland via 101, quoting reference number 3608 of May 31.