POLICE in Forth Valley are urging anyone who might have dash cam footage of a man matching Tony Parsons' description to come forward. 

Officers are keen to hear from anyone travelling on the road network between Fort William and Tillicoultry on Friday, September 29, and who may have images that could help with the search. 

Inspector Jo Jollie of Callander Police Station said: "I am appealing directly for drivers who may have passed Tony whilst travelling on the A82 between Bridge of Orchy and Tillicoultry since September 29 to please come forward. 

"We are especially keen to hear from anyone with dash cam footage from their vehicle that may show a male matching Tony's description. 

"It is approaching two weeks since Tony was last seen and we are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare. I would also ask the public to check their outhouses and gardens as Tony may have entered to find shelter."

The 63-year-old left an address in the Ross Court area of the Clackmannanshire town at around 9.30 am on September 29 and travelled to Fort William by train. 

Arriving there at approximately 4.10pm, he then set off to cycle back to Tillicoultry along the A82, passing Glencoe Village on his bike shortly after 6pm on the same day. 

Ongoing enquiries have established a confirmed sighting of Tony at 11.30pm on September 29 at the Bridge of Orchy Hotel. He left that area and headed south, in the direction of Tyndrum.

Tony is described as 5ft 9ins tall, of stocky build, with short greying hair, a moustache and wears glasses. He was last seen wearing a distinctive red waterproof jacket.

In addition, he was seen earlier wearing a blue long-sleeved cycling top, a high-viz vest, fingerless gloves, beige combat trousers, a silver and grey cycling helmet and walking boots. He was carrying a silver and blue rucksack and had a yellow framed bike with black handlebars.

Anyone with information and who may have seen Tony along his route, please call Police Scotland on 101, quoting incident number 559 of October 2.