Police are still hunting for a missing student from St Andrews.
Eliza Allison was last seen in Melbourne Place at around 2pm on Thursday June 21.
The 23-year-old has not been seen or heard from since and concerns for her welfare are growing.
Officers continued to search for her on Saturday morning.
The final year Astronomy student, who also uses the name Moona, is from the USA and is described as being 5ft 5in tall, of a slim build and has long, fair hair.
She was last seen wearing a yellow baseball cap, denim jacket, brown vest with diamond stitching, black jogging bottoms and hiking boots with purple laces.
Miss Allison is known to frequent Dundee, the St Andrews area and enjoys walking on the Fife Coastal Path.
Officers are asking anyone with information that can assist them to trace Eliza to please get in contact.
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Inspector Jane Combe of St Andrews police station said: “Eliza has not been in contact with family or friends for 24 hours now and we are growing concerned for her welfare.
“Anyone with information that can assist us to trace her is asked to get in contact.
“Similarly if Eliza herself sees this appeal, we’d ask her to contact us please or her family to let us know she’s okay.”
Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting incident number 3531 of 21st June.