The search is continuing for a missing Dundee pensioner who disappeared after going for a weekend Highland hill-walk.
Retired Dundee University lecturer Roger Fletcher was reported missing last Sunday after failing to return from a trek near Dornie.
The 77-year-old former maths professor had left his holiday home early on Sunday morning, but the alarm was raised after he failed to return.
His wife Mary remains in Dornie as police, the Search and Rescue Dog Association and Kintail and RAF mountain rescue teams continue efforts to trace Mr Fletcher.
Searches have already been made of his planned route around Bundalloch and Camuslighne.
A Police Scotland spokesman confirmed the search continues.
He said: “As part of the ongoing search effort to trace Roger Fletcher, who is missing in the Dornie area, police in Lochalsh have received information about a sighting of a man walking on the A87 on Sunday night.
“Police and partners are conducting searches of the area and keen to make contact with the man and anyone who walking or driving in the area to establish if they can assist enquiries.”
The Kintail and RAF mountain rescue teams have joined Police Scotland in carrying out searches in the area and say they are “increasingly concerned” for his welfare.
For more, see Thursday’s Courier.