Suzanne Pilley vanished two weeks ago in Edinburgh
Colleagues of an Edinburgh office worker who has been missing for exactly two weeks have spoken of their concern.
Suzanne Pilley, 38, has not been seen since 4 May when she was captured on CCTV in North St David Street at 0855 BST, 100 metres from her workplace.
Ms Pilley had been on her way to work at Thistle Street and appeared to be following her normal routine.
Colleagues at Infrastructure Managers, where she works, said her disappearance was "completely out of character".
A spokesman said: "Suzanne is an extremely popular member of our team and everyone here is anxious to find out where she's been. She is one of eight bookkeepers in the company and her work is always of the highest standard.
"Her attention to detail is meticulous and she is extremely conscientious.
"Since joining us just over two years ago, she has been extremely dependable and that's what makes her disappearance all the more unusual. She isn't someone who would turn up late or take unexplained sick days.
"She is very much part of the team within the office, usually sitting with her work colleagues and having a chat and a laugh in the office kitchen at lunchtimes.
"She is also someone who joins in with the social side of the office."
Last year Ms Pilley ran for one of the office teams in the Edinburgh Marathon Relay.
Lothian and Borders Police officers made highly publicised appeals as they try to work out what happened to her.
They are still carrying out "painstaking scrutiny" of CCTV footage as they try to piece together what happened on the morning she disappeared.
They have spoken with her colleagues to try to build up a picture of Ms Pilley's workplace routine.