Police leading the search for a 46-year-old woman who went missing from Dundee have released CCV images to help trace her.
Eleanor Mair was last seen at a licensed premises in Reform Street at 6pm on November 23.
The CCTV image, from the Counting House pub, shows Eleanor in the company of a man.
Police are keen to speak to him as part of their enquiries.
Eleanor is described as white, 5’9, with brown shoulder length hair and of medium build.
She was wearing purple-coloured clothing at the time of going missing.
Eleanor walks with the aid of a crutch and is believed to have this with her.
Inspector Cath Lannen said: “We are keen to speak to the man depicted in the image, he has helped Eleanor whilst she was leaving the premises.
“This witness may have information that can assist the enquiry and I would appeal to anyone who recognises him or Eleanor to get in touch with Police Scotland on 101.”
The man is described as being around five foot nine inches tall, of medium build, with grey hair which is thinning on top. He is wearing a black jacket.
Anyone who has had any sightings of Eleanor is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101 and to quote incident number 3929 of November 23, 2017.