A major search effort is continuing in the Broughty Ferry area over fears for a missing pensioner.
A Coastguard helicopter and two lifeboats are involved in the operation amidst growing fears for the wellbeing of 77-year-old Jack Greenway, who was last seen on Saturday night wearing only his pyjamas.
Mr Greenway was spotted around 11pm at the Esplanade in Broughty Ferry.
He is five feet eight inches tall with white hair, a white beard, and of slim build.
When he was last seen he was possibly wearing wearing dark pyjamas according to police.
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A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Residents in the Broughty Ferry area and the surrounding area are requested to check any sheds/outbuildings.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101.”
Both Broughty Ferry lifeboats were launched in the early hours of Sunday morning as part of the effort to trace Mr Greenway.
A Coastguard helicopter has been spotted circling the river.
A Maritime and Coastguard Agency spokesperson said they were assisting police in the search, which got underway shortly after 4am.