Rescue workers are continuing to search for a pensioner swept into the River Don amid severe weather.
Hazel Nairn, 71, was last seen in the water near Monymusk at around 3.05pm on Friday, November 18.
She is believed to have been walking her West Highland terrier at the time of her disappearance.
The dog is also still missing following the incident in Aberdeenshire.
A local vigil was held at the Monymusk Parish Church on Sunday evening.
On social media, the church said: “Our thoughts and prayers are with Hazel’s family during this terrible time.
“We light a candle and offer prayer for them all.”
A Christmas lights switch-on event in Monymusk was also cancelled out of respect to Ms Nairn.
Emergency services have been searching for the 71-year-old since Friday evening.
Inspector Andrew Meikleham said: “Police are continuing to carry out searches and inquiries to trace 71-year-old Hazel Nairn, who was last seen in the water at the River Don, near to Monymusk, around 3.05pm on Friday, November 18.
“The searches are being carried out in and around the area where Hazel was last seen.
“Local officers and search advisers are being assisted by a number of specialist resources including the Dive and Marine Unit, Air Support Unit and police dogs.”