POLICE have issued a fresh appeal for information relating to the disappearance of Frightened Rabbit singer Scott Hutchison.

And they want to trace two people walking across the Forth Road Bridge jsut after he went missing.

The 36-year-old from Selkirk hasn't been since leaving a hotel in South Queensferry at 1am yesterday morning.

The popular singer-songwriter posted worrying tweets in the hours before his disappearance.

Throughout yesterday and today officers have searched areas around South Queensferry, the Forth Road Bridge and Fife.

Significant CCTV analysis has also been undertaken and police have identified two people who were seen crossing the footpath of the Forth Road Bridge around 1.10am.

Chief Inspector Alan Carson said: "It is important to stress that at this time we do not know definitively where Scott has headed after leaving the Dakota Hotel and the assistance of the public is therefore vital to help us with this investigation.

"Anyone who believes they have seen Scott since 1am on Wednesday morning should get in touch.

"In particular, the two people who crossed the Forth Road Bridge from South Queensferry at 1.10am may have useful information and we are extremely keen to speak with them.

"Simiarly, though we would also urge others to come forward if they have any other information relevant to our investigation.

"Finally, I'd like to reiterate our appeal to Scott directly, to make contact with family, friends, or with police and let us know where you are."

Anyone with information can contact officers at Drylaw Police Station via 101 and quote incident number 0082 of May 9.