NEW information about where Rosyth man Reece Rodger was before he disappeared has been revealed.

Giving an update on the Please Help Find Reece page, Paula Airzee said data from her partner's phone shows that the dad-of-two left the Perthshire campsite earlier than they first thought.

She stated: "Further analysis has been undertaken of Reece’s phone and I can now confirm Reece was one hour, 20 mins east of the campsite at 23.20 hours on the 18th March.

"The phone signal was in the vicinity of where the potential sighting was so I can also now confirm it was Reece seen at 23.30 hours on the 18th March. This means Reece left the campsite a lot earlier than initially advised."

Paula said their main focus remains an area near the Loch Rannoch hotel.

"There are no sightings of Reece on any CCTV from either of the two hotels in the area," she continued. "Reece’s phone was off before he was seen at 23.30 hours, he had no headlight, therefore he’s walked for at least 10 mins with no light. The witnesses who saw Reece at this time offered assistance but he had disappeared from view."

It is unclear if Reece made it out of the area he was last seen in.

Paula added: "Reece has no light and there is little glare from the loch, he may have injured himself and/ or become disoriented.

"This is why it’s really important the cars that pass on this road (B846) after 23.30 hours on the 18th March are so crucial. We need to know if they passed this precise location and if they seen anyone walking or not.

"Shoreline and water searches are now our main focus areas."

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 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 last week put up a £10,000 reward in the hope of a breakthrough.

A big search for Reece is set to take place at the weekend to mark two months since his disappearance.

Reece's family are hoping land searchers, people with drones and those who can help with water searches.

Paula said: "Next weekend we are looking for as many people as possible to support our search for Reece. Please, please help in anyway possible!

"Hopeful to have a good turn out of support to mark this point.

"Two months of the worse heartache anyone could ever imagine. Not knowing where someone you love so deeply is. This means the world to me and our precious babies."

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.

For more information on this weekend's search, visit the Please Help find Reece Facebook page.

Police Scotland's Inspector Steve Gray said despite extensive enquiries and rigorous searches, Reece remains 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 added.

“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.”