Police have appealed for help to trace a man who has been missing from his Sunderland home for a month.
Twenty-two-year-old Callum Young was last seen leaving an address in Hylton Road on August 27.
Officers have spoken to family, friends and people who knew Callum to try and establish his whereabouts.
But he is still yet to be traced and both his family and police are growing increasingly concerned.
Callum is described as white, 6ft tall, slim build, with short black hair. He has a tattoo on his chest.
Chief Inspector Dave Willett, of Southern Area Command, said: “It has now been more a month since Callum was last seen and we want to make a further appeal to anyone who might know where he is.
“Understandably his family are increasingly concerned for him and want to know he is okay. The public’s help could be crucial in putting their minds at rest.
“We have not given up on Callum and will continue to carry out enquiries to trace him.
“Anyone with any information, no matter how small, could help us find him. If anyone has seen him over the past month, or saw him before he went missing, we would ask they get in contact with us.”
A statement from Mr Young’s family said: “If anyone knows anything or sees Callum could they please get in touch. Any information however small could help.
“Please contact the police.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact Northumbria Police on 101 ext 69191 quoting reference 474 300815.