POLICE have released new images of an elderly Buckie man, who has been missing from his Moray home for more than a week.
Ian Bramald (73) was last seen last Wednesday at 9.30am, approximately two miles south of his house in Buckie, in an area near Drybridge and Thornybank.
Despite widespread searches, Mr Bramald has not been found.
These searches have utilised the Police Scotland helicopter, the RAF Lossiemouth search and rescue helicopter, HM Coastguard volunteers, specialist search dogs and RAF mountain rescue teams.
Inspector Colin Mowat also said that Buckie police had been "overwhelmed" with the support from the public, which has seen approximately 80 people volunteer their time and become involved in three separate searches.
"We would like to thank them for their continued support," he said.
The new pictures show Mr Bramald dressed in the clothing he was last seen wearing.
Inspector Mowat added: ""We are still deeply concerned to trace Mr Bramald and as time goes on we are growing increasingly anxious.
"We would now like to ask people to look at the new photographs issued, giving particular consideration to his clothing.
"Anybody with any information regarding the whereabouts of Mr Bramald, or who believes they may recognise his description, is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101."
Mr Bramald is described as approximately 5ft 10ins to 6ft in height, with dark hair which is receding on top. When he was last seen he was wearing a short green waterproof jacket, corduroy trousers, a cap and glasses.