The fishing community in Eyemouth is said to be "in shock" at the disappearance of a well-known local man.
John Young was last seen leaving the Fleet Pub in the town at around 6.30pm on Friday evening.
Teams from Police Scotland and HM Coastguard have been working around the harbour area.
"John's a well known local man and fisherman. He's worked on the boats here for many years and we're all in shock at the moment.
"There's a strange feeling today. He would usually be in the pub on a Sunday having a catch up with locals. "
Police and the coastguard are searching for a missing man who was last seen leaving a pub and heading towards the harbour area of Eyemouth, in the Scottish Borders.
John Young, 66, was last seen leaving The Fleet pub at about 6.30pm on Friday, 19th December.
He is described as white, 6ft 1in tall, slim build, with short dark hair and a beard and was wearing a hat, a dark grey jacket fawn trousers and a blue t-shirt.
Police Scotland and the coastguard are searching for a 66-year-old man from Eyemouth, in the Scottish Borders, who has been missing since he left a pub on Friday evening.
John Young left The Fleet pub at about 6:30pm and was seen heading towards the harbour area of Eyemouth.
He is white, 6ft 1in tall, slim build, with short dark hair and a beard. He was wearing a hat, a dark grey jacket fawn trousers and a blue t-shirt.
Three people have been taken to hospital following a crash, this morning, in the Scottish Borders.
Police report that the crash happened around 4.35am this morning on the A1107 between the A1 and Eyemouth. A black Vauxhall Corsa, believed to be heading north, came off the road.
The 20-year-old male driver was taken to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary to be treated for serious injuries.
The two passengers, a 30-year-old man and a 17-year-old woman were treated for minor injuries at Borders General Hospital.
Anyone with information should contact the police.
The body of a diver, who had been reported missing in Eyemouth, has been recovered.
Paul Brown from Manchester was last seen scuba diving with a group off St Abbs Head near Eyemouth on Sunday, 24th August.
Police Scotland say there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the 49-year-old's death and a report will be sent to the Procurator Fiscal.
Visitors will be able to get onboard the world's only engineless sailing cargo ship when it visits Eyemouth Harbour on the 28th August.
The ship, the 'SV Tres Hombres' will stop en route from Copenhagen to Great Yarmouth as part of a European journey. The owners of the ship 'Fairtransport', based in the Netherlands, are said to be the world's first 'emission free' shipping company.
It will stay at the port until the 31st August.
- The Tres Hombres was originally built in 1943 and has been restored before joining Fairtransport's fleet
- The overall length of it is 32 metres
- It's Gross Tonnage is 128 tons
Thousands of people were out in force in Eyemouth on Saturday 26 July to celebrate the coronation of the Herring Queen.
The town's annual festival celebrated its 70th year and brought out even bigger crowds than normal.
Amy Dunsmuir was their to watch the special anniversary celebrations.
Thousands gathered in Berwickshire to celebrate the crowning of the 70th Eyemouth Herring Queen.
This year's queen Ailsa Landels was crowned on Saturday 26 July by last year's queen Devon McNab.
The first crowning took place in 1939 but they didn't have another until after the Second World War, when Anne Rosie, who is the oldest surviving queen, was crowned in 1946.
Anne's sister Jean was crowned in 1956 and her daughter Margaret Collin became Eyemouth Queen in 1969.
Thousands of people lined the harbour walls in Eyemouth yesterday to welcome their new Queen.
The Eyemouth Herring Queen Festival is an annual event to celebrate the town's fishing history.
Each year town crown one local girl as their Queen, to represent them at events acround the area.
Thousands of people turned out in force to celebrate the coronation of Eyemouth's new Herring Queen.
The event, which took place yesterday Saturday 26 July, is the crowing glory of the annual Herring Queen Festival.
This year's celebrations were particularly special as it is the 70th anniversary of the festival.
To mark the occasion, every former Herring Queen was invited to the celebration.
59 attended, including Anne Rosie, the oldest surviving Queen.
This year's Queen is Ailsa Landels, a third year pupil from Eyemouth High School.
She will now represent the town at events across the area.