The search for a man who was reportedly hit by a lorry before getting up and walking away in a Perthshire town had a happy ending last night after he was found safe and well.
The collision occurred on the A93 Main Road in Guildtown at about 2.45pm on Thursday.
The driver of the lorry stopped and contacted the emergency services following the incident.
However, the male pedestrian got up and left the scene.
Inspector Steve Rose said: “We are urgently appealing to the man to get in touch so we can confirm his welfare.
“The search activity so far has involved air support, dog section and officers are carrying out door to door inquiries to establish the identity of the man.”
However, early on Friday morning Police Scotland released a statement saying: “Police Scotland are pleased to advise that the pedestrian involved in the road traffic accident on the A93 at Main Road Guildtown has been traced safe and well.
“Officers would like to take this opportunity to thank members of the public who assisted in tracing the male.”