Police Scotland has renewed its appeal for information to help trace missing Dundee man Anthony Kelbie.
Specialist officers from the Dive and Marine Unit were searching the South Esk River on Monday along with assistance from the police helicopter.
Officers spoke to more than 100 members of the public over the weekend in relation to the disappearance of the 48-year-old.
Divers are currently combing the river at Brechin as the search for missing Dundee man Anthony Kelbie continues. pic.twitter.com/X2FrhUGR3k
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Inspector Alice Coventry said: “Thank you to those members of the public who came forward over the weekend to assist with our enquiries.
“I would like to make an appeal to motorists who were driving along the Brechin to Arbroath Road, A933, between 9.30pm and 11pm on Saturday 19 August 2017 and who may have seen someone matching Anthony’s description to get in touch with us.
“Also, if you have a dash cam and were in the area at the relevant times, we would really like to hear from.
“When last seen, Anthony was wearing a blue Superdry jacket, blue jeans and white shoes.
“He has noticeable cuts to the side of his head and a lump and cut on his forehead.
“Please contact us on 101 if you have any information.”