The family of a missing Dundee United fan have revealed a potential sighting of him in a town 30 miles south-west of Hamburg.
Former Perth College student Liam Colgan, of Inverness, is said to have been spotted in the German town of Harsefield.
However, as there is no CCTV, the report has not been verified.
The 29-year-old was on his brother Eamonn’s stag weekend in Hamburg when he vanished in the early hours of Saturday, February 10.
The search for Mr Colgan by German police remains active.
A statement released by Mr Colgan’s family on social media said: “As many of you will be aware, a sighting of Liam was reported in Harsefeld, a town 50km west of Hamburg.
“Unfortunately, due to the lack of CCTV and photographic evidence, it was not possible to verify this sighting. Therefore, we are still uncertain as to Liam’s whereabouts.
“We believe it may be possible that Liam has left Hamburg. We therefore ask that everyone shares this page with all friends and family throughout Germany.
“We also ask for volunteers to print our latest poster and put some up in their local area, wherever that may be in Germany.
“Although it is possible Liam is no longer in Hamburg, we do not have evidence to suggest this.
“We therefore ask everyone to remain vigilant in Hamburg and the surrounding areas. If you think you see Liam, please take a photo and approach him. He speaks only English with a Scottish accent.”
Friends and relatives last saw him in the Veermaster Bar after which he was identified on CCTV footage from the Baumwall area.