A £10,000 reward has been offered for information which leads to finding West Fife man Reece Rodger.

The dad-of-two was reported missing seven weeks ago, on Sunday, March 19, when he disappeared while camping in the Kinloch Rannoch area.

His friends saw him around 11.30pm on Saturday and believed he was heading off to bed but there was no trace of him on the Sunday morning and they reported him missing.

Despite constant searches, he has never been located and the family have now put up the reward in the hope of a breakthrough.

Posting on the Please Help to Find Reece Facebook page, they stated: "The reward will be given if you have information, intelligence that leads us to bring Reece home or if you are able to locate Reece through your searches. The police must be notified in the first instance.

"The area is remote and vast, with an extremely deep loch.

"We are inviting people to come forward who can search ground and water with specialist equipment e.g. drones, metal detectors, dogs, mountain rescue, divers, underwater sonar, etc.

"In the first instance, if you require more information please make contact via the ‘Please Help Find Reece’ Facebook page - we’ll have someone liaise with you with further information on search locations.

"Let’s come together to bring Reece home."

The reward was raised through ongoing fundraising by those desperate to find Reece.

His partner Paula Airzee said the response had been amazing.

"It has been pretty phenomenal," she said. "It is really so heartwarming to think that these people can feel the story and want to help."

The family remain in regular contact with Police Scotland while Reece remains missing and are working with officers to see if they can extend the current search.

"The police scale back any missing people's search but we have still had searches," added Paula. "Reece's mum and dad are still up there most days and we always have people up at the weekend. More particularly on a Sunday because that was the day he went missing but we have found nothing.

"We know he was close to a loch. We keep searching the same areas over and over again and there is nothing to suggest he is in those woods.

"It is so important we get as many people to come and help us search the water as there is nothing else to suggest he is anywhere other than that. Everyone has different theories but he would not have gone missing."

Reece is described as 6ft, of medium build with dark hair. When last seen, he was wearing a black long-sleeved t-shirt with distinctive white letters on both sleeves spelling out – MA STRUM, black jogging bottoms and black wellington boots.

Last week, Inspector Steve Gray said that despite extensive enquiries and rigorous searches in the Kinloch Rannoch area where he was last seen, Reece remained a missing person.

“We know how challenging this period has been for his family and loved ones and we have been in regular contact with them to update them on our enquiries," he said.

“We have been supported in our search activity by a number of specialist police resources, including the Dive and Marine and Air Support units, police dogs and partners from mountain rescue.

“In addition to our search activity, we have had staff dedicated to retrieve and review all relevant CCTV as well as extensive house to house enquiries in the area.

“We will continue to act on all information we receive and I would urge anyone who believes they may be able to help to call 101, quoting reference number 1348 of Sunday, 19 March."