A digital camera which may belong to a Shetland family was found in the Scottish Borders, and its owners are being sought.
The camera was discovered in a passing place on the Eskdalemuir road several weeks ago, but the person who discovered it decided not to hand it in to the police station. Fearing that it would simply languish there in a lost property cupboard, he is instead trying to trace its owners himself.
Among the photographs is one showing a Shetland Times newspaper on a table, so the family may be from here or have connections with the islands. However, the majority of the images show a holiday that seems to have taken in large parts of the UK, including pictures from Blair Drummond Safari Park, the Falkirk Wheel and locations in Wales, the north of England and the Borders.
The photographs also show a red Ford Focus car. Several of the pictures also show a boy in a wheelchair, as well as other members of the holidaying family.
If anyone knows who the camera belongs to they can get in touch with the finder on 07803926675.