A motorcyclist has died after crashing off the road and down an embankment on the A702 in South Lanarkshire.
The 61-year-old was reported missing by his family on Friday evening when he did not return home.
He was pronounced dead at the scene around five miles south of Elvanfoot, Biggar, after police were called around 9.25am on Saturday.
The man had been riding a black Triumph motorbike and had used a petrol station in Sanquhar, Dumfries and Galloway, at around 11.30am on Friday morning.
Police are trying to work out when the crash happened and have appealed for anyone who saw the motorcyclist or were in the area with a dash cam that caught footage of him to get in touch.
Sergeant Ryan McAuley, from the Divisional Road Police Unit at Motherwell, said: “We are working to establish when this crash took place.
“The 61-year-old man used a filling station in Sanquhar around 11.30am on Friday morning and we are trying to establish his movements after this time. He was reported missing by his family on Friday evening, when he didn’t return home.
“I would urge anyone who saw this black Triumph motorbike being driven on Friday, June 4, to contact officers. I would also ask any motorists in the area with dash cams to check back for any footage of the motorbike.
“Anyone with information that may assist our ongoing enquiries should contact 101 quoting reference 1097 of June 5.”