Police in Scotland have issued a nationwide appeal for information on a man missing from Drumchapel since September.
Jonathon Kelly had his licence revoked after failing to comply with imposed conditions following his release from Lowmoss Prison in August.
Police have undertaken extensive inquiries to trace Kelly however there have been no confirmed sightings of him.
Officers believe he may be in England or Dublin and are now in close contact with other law enforcement agencies and partner organisations to help trace Kelly.
They are convinced Kelly is receiving assistance from people to evade police.
His appearance, when he was last seen, is white, around 5ft. 11in. tall with short brown hair and a heavy build. However, officers believe he may have grown a beard.
Det. Supt Stephen Grant said: “We are issuing this image today with a plea to the communities across the UK for their assistance in tracing Jonathon Kelly. He has been unlawfully at large since September 10th, and it is imperative we trace him.
“A number of police officers continue to work on this inquiry with assistance by specialist colleagues from within our organisation, and we are assisted by colleagues in other law enforcement agencies across the UK.
“I would advise people not to approach him but to contact police if they see him – any sightings should be reported to police or give your information to Crimestoppers.”