Police in Fife are appealing for help in tracing a missing man from Kelty.
Patrick Collins, 63, was last seen leaving an address in the Saline area at around 11:30am on Tuesday, August 16.
Since then he has not been in contact with friends or family and police are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare.
It is believed that he is driving a burnt orange coloured Suzuki SX4 with black roof rails and the registration SX57 DFC.
Anyone who has seen this vehicle is asked to come forward immediately.
Mr Collins is described as 5ft 9ins tall, medium build, blue eyes, a short grey goatee beard with brown/greying collar length hair.
At the time he was last seen he was wearing dirty blue jeans, an old blue denim jacket, dark coloured t-shirt, glasses and a black woollen hat with a small peak.
He also has a missing front tooth and a distinctive tattoo on his left hand that reads “TRIBE” and a cross design on his left forearm.
Mr Collins has numerous family members in Fife but is known to visit the areas of Cleish, Glencoe and Invergarry.
Sergeant Tony Rogers said: “It is out of character for Patrick to leave without telling anyone and we are extremely concerned for his welfare.
“A search is now underway to trace him as quickly as possible and I today urge anyone who has seen him or the Suzuki SX4 we believe he is travelling in to contact police.
“I also appeal directly to Patrick to contact either police or a family member to let us know you are safe.”
Anyone who has information on Patrick’s whereabouts is asked to contact police on 101 or speak to any officer.