Scott Hutchisons family have issued an emotional plea for the Frightened Rabbit frontman to just come home.
As police appealed for three people to come forward to help with their investigation, the singers mother, Marion, sent a message to her son:
Just come home Scott. Come Home. We love you so much. We just want you back.
Following the press conference, which was aimed to get three individuals spotted at the Forth Road Bridge in Edinburgh to come forward, Scotts mother Marion told BBC Scotland: Hes much loved by his family and a lot of other people. Scotts written songs that have helped people through a lot of difficult things.
Obviously we are biased but hes a really special person, to us as a family, but also to hundreds of thousands other people.
Scotts brother and bandmate Grant, added: “We just miss him. We just want to see him, want to make sure hes OK and just to help him through whatever it is hes going through. Were all here for him.
Before telling his brother: Just come back.
The band later shared a further appeal on their official Twitter, posting a missing picture alongside the caption: If you see this Scott, please call this confidential number (116 000) to talk to someone. We just want you to feel better and safe and fully understand if you need time to yourself right now. We are worried and we love you so so much.
If you see this Scott, please call this confidential number (116 000) to talk to someone. We just want you to feel better and safe and fully understand if you need time to yourself right now. We are worried and we love you so so much. pic.twitter.com/L6P0g0oc0a
— Frightened Rabbit (@FRabbits) May 10, 2018
It comes just hours after Grant shared an appeal to find his best friend as he confirmed the Frightened Rabbit frontman still hasnt been found.
Scott, 36, was reported missing yesterday by his family after he was last seen leaving the Dakota Hotel in South Queensferry at 1am on 9 May.
The official Frightened Rabbit Twitter account issued an update this morning, tweeting that they still had no news on the indie stars whereabouts.
Grant tweeted from the bands account: We have no news to report on Scotts whereabouts this morning. Your support so far has been incredible and all we ask is you keep him in your thoughts, keep an eye out and keep sharing his picture online.
Thanks for everything. Your kindness and positivity is keeping us going G.
Frightened Rabbit drummer Grant also took to Instagram, saying that his older brother is in a fragile state.
He wrote: Has anyone seen my brother/bandmate/best friend? Hes in a very fragile state and has been missing since last night and were all incredibly worried. He was in a hotel in South Queensferry and hasnt been seen or heard from since 1am.
Please repost and share and get in touch with me @grabbit if you have any info. His phone is with the police. If somehow you are reading this Scott then can you just let someone know you are safe please? We love you very much. Grant x.
Hutchison sparked concern with his final tweets, with the indie star tweeting at 3.50pm on 8 May: Be so good to everyone you love. Its not a given. Im so annoyed that its not. I didnt live by that standard and it kills me. Please, hug your loved ones.
At 4.09pm, he wrote: Im away now. Thanks.
Inspector Graeme Dignan from Drylaw Police Station, Edinburgh said: We are keen to locate Scott as soon as possible to ensure he is safe and well and would urge anyone who can assist with our ongoing inquiries to come forward.
If you believe you have seen him since the early hours of Wednesday morning or know where he currently is, then please contact police immediately.
Id also urge Scott to get in touch with family, friends, or with police, to let us know he is alright.
The Selkirk-born musician is described as white, 6ft tall with a stocky build, with dark hair and a beard. He was last seen wearing a navy hooded jacket, a dark baseball cap, grey or khaki trousers and white trainers.
Those with information on Scotts whereabouts can contact officers at Drylaw Police Station via 101, quoting incident 0082 of 9 May.