The family of a 14-year-old girl missing since Hogmanay are appealing to the public for help.
Naomi Gallacher, from Kilmarnock, was last seen in the late afternoon into early evening at her grandmother’s house in Helensburgh, Argyll and Bute.
She disappeared from Scott Court on Saturday and police say her family is "very distressed".
The 14-year-old has gone missing before, police said, but not for this length of time.
Chief Inspector Andy Hutton, of Dumbarton Police Office, said: "We believe that although Naomi was last seen on Hogmanay, that she has been in touch with friends since then and I would ask those she may have been in contact with to call the police and give us any information they have.
"We know that Naomi frequents the Clydebank area and officers are making enquiries there and following up any information they have, however, our primary concern is to make sure she is okay and I would urge her to contact police or her family as soon as she can.
"Although Naomi has gone missing before, she has never been away for this length of time and her family are understandably very distressed."
The teenager is described as around 5ft 4in, with brown eyes and shoulder-length black hair with a side fringe. When her grandmother last saw her she was wearing a purple and grey reversible hooded top, a leopard print top, black leggings and a pair of black Ugg-style boots.
Anyone with information about Naomi's whereabouts should contact Helensburgh Police Office on 01436 633600.