Brother of missing Scot: 'I won't be giving up on Liam'
Liam Colgan was on Eamonn's stag weekend in Hamburg when he vanished a month ago.
The brother of a Scot missing in Germany said he has not given up hope he will be found alive.
Liam Colgan was on his brother Eamonn's stag weekend in Hamburg when he vanished in the early hours of February 10.
The 29-year-old was last seen on CCTV footage in the Baumwall area of the city after leaving a bar alone.
Eamonn said: "I won't be giving up on Liam until we hear otherwise.
"So I'll be continuing thinking that he's out there just waiting for us, waiting for someone to find im.
"I won't be giving up until he's found, I don't think in that negative manner very often so I try to remain as confident and as hopeful as I can."
Pubs in Inverness, where Liam is from, are staging a weekend-long event to raise funds to pay for the search.
One for Liam organiser Tommy O'Connor said: "Liam and his band played in the pub here, Encore, every Saturday night.
"Since his disappearance we've been thinking of ways to support the search campaign and we came up with the idea of One For Liam.
"When a customer comes into the bar they can say 'one for Liam' as well and that will go to help the search."