A man who may be the last person to see a Dundee woman before she disappeared almost two weeks ago is being sought.
Lisa Simpson, from Dundee, was last seen on December 2 in Glasgow city centre.
The 40-year-old was seen with a man who got off a 38 bus on Jamaica Street at around 11.50am, and met up with Ms Simpson in Gordon Street at its junction with Hope Street around 12.01pm.
The pair then walked down Oswald Street and crossed over the River Clyde to the south side of the city, near to Barclays bank.
At around 1.15pm, both of them walked along Clyde Place, near the George V Bridge, and headed off in the direction of Glasgow Sheriff Court.
The man is white, between 30 and 40 years old, with a slim build and short, dark-coloured hair. He was wearing a dark-coloured jacket, with dark-coloured trousers and white trainers.
Police are looking to speak with this man, as he may have been the last person to see or have contact with Ms Simpson before she disappeared.
Ms Simpson is white, around 5ft 5in tall with long blonde hair, a slim build with a small, vertical scar on her forehead.
She also has angel wings tattooed on the back of her neck, as well as the name Brian tattooed on her left wrist.
When last seen, Ms Simpson was wearing a green padded/bubble jacket with a fur hood, jeans and Nike trainers with blue at the back.
Inspector Jonathan Watters said: “I would ask this man to contact us as he could may have information which could prove helpful to our enquiries.
“Lisa may have mentioned to him what her plans were and where she was heading to. Lisa’s family and friends are growing increasingly concerned and they just want to know she is safe and well.
“If anyone has any information, please do contact us.
“If anyone recognises the man described or has any information about Lisa’s whereabouts, please contact Police Scotland via 101 quoting incident number 3192 of December 6, 2022.”