Police have distributed posters and are following up on reported sightings on Deeside and in Aberdeen of missing Terence Kilbride.
There is concern for the welfare of Terence after his property was recovered in the Bridge of Dee area on Saturday, January 2.
Several sightings of Terence have been reported to police as recently as Monday, but officers are still keen to find him to ensure his safety and to reunite him with his property.
Inspector Christine Gordon said: “We have been grateful to the response from the public to our appeals but we are still looking to trace Terence.
“Several sightings have been reported which is positive but we still want to make sure that he is safe and well, particularly given the inclement weather.
“Terence is understood to spend time outdoors, go camping and may have sought temporary accommodation. He may also have sought casual labour locally or temporary employment so we are appealing to anyone who may recognise him.
“He may not have access to newspapers or the internet and a number of posters have been distributed to assist with our enquiries.
“The sightings have been both in the Bridge of Dee area in Aberdeen and also in the Deeside area in Aberdeenshire and these are being followed up.
“Anyone with information which may help trace Terence is urged to contact police on 101. We would also appeal to Terence himself to contact us directly so we can establish his safety and return his property.”
Terence Kilbride is originally from the Warrington area and is described as 6ft tall with short dark greying hair and blue eyes. He is 48-years-old.