New searches have been carried out in the US for a missing Dublin man, after new information was made available to authorities there.
27-year-old Cian McLaughlin disappeared after going hiking in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
He was last seen on June 8th, more than two weeks ago.
The disappearance prompted a week-long aerial and ground search, with up to 70 park staff involved in search operations each day.
Last week, the US Park Service announced it was scaling back the search after nothing was found.
A resident of Wyoming has since come forward with new information after returning from an overseas trip.
The person said they saw Cian McLaughlin on the day he went missing.
In a statement, Grand Teton National Park officials said: "The individual reported McLaughlin was headed south towards Taggart Lake and had a conversation with McLaughlin where he described where he worked, that he’s from Ireland, and currently living in Jackson.
"The reporting party continued hiking towards Bradley Lake and did not see McLaughlin again that evening."
As a result, fresh searches were carried out.
However, officials say "no evidence or clues" about the Irish man's whereabouts were found during the latest search.
Wyoming officials are continuing to ask members of the public in Wyoming to come forward with any information about Cian's disappearance.