Police believe a missing man from Northumbria could be in Tayside.
Adrian Lee was last seen on Monday after he left his home in Washington, 10 miles south of Newcastle.
The 58-year-old’s blue Toyota Aygo car, with registration plate AJ60 LTU, was spotted later that day crossing the Forth Road Bridge.
Officers now believe Adrian made his way up to the Tayside area.
He is described as 6ft tall with a shaven head and dark goatee beard. He was wearing black lace up shoes, a black sweatshirt and a black Harley Davidson jacket at the time of his disappearance.
Chief Inspector Jerry Pearson urged anyone in the area who may have seen him to get in touch with police.
He said: “Understandably Adrian’s family are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare and we are keen to find to him so that we and they can be reassured he is safe and well.
“We’re carrying out extensive inquiries and as a result of our enquiries believe he may be in Scotland. His car, which we believe he is in, was sighted on CCTV on the Forth Bridge on Monday afternoon and we are asking anyone who has seen Adrian or his vehicle to please get in contact with us.”
“Anyone who has seen him or his vehicle, is asked to contact 101 and request to be put through to Northumbria Police.”