A man has been charged with a series of alleged offences following a road crash that sparked a large search and rescue operation on the River Tay.
The one-vehicle smash happened near the Tay Road Bridge in the early hours of the morning.
The incident sparked a hunt for a man who was believed to have been involved in the incident on the A92 on Thursday October 8.
Now, a 39-year-old man is facing a total of five charges.
They include that he was driving while disqualified and driving without any insurance.
He has also been accused of failure to stop following a road traffic collision, and failure to report the collision.
In addition, the man is charged with attempting to pervert the course of justice.
A Police Scotland spokswoman said: “A 39-year-old man has been charged with a number of road traffic offences following a collision, which occurred south of the Tay Bridge on October 8.
“A report has been sent to the procurator fiscal.”
On the day of the collision, a search was launched for a man who was believed to have been involved in the smash.
The Broughty Ferry lifeboat was called in as part of the operation, and a police helicopter was also dispatched to join in the search.
Police Scotland confirmed at the time that there had been concerns for a missing person after the road traffic incident, but that they had been traced later that morning.
A man was said to have been treated by paramedics for a number of injuries.
These included concussion, a gashed head and finger and a pain in his shoulder.
On the day of the incident, a spokesman for the Broughty Ferry lifeboat confirmed it had assisted police with a missing person inquiry.
It had been launched at around 8.30am and was scouring an area of the River Tay either side of the road bridge.
A Crown Office spokeswoman said: “The procurator fiscal at Dundee has received a report relating to an incident involving a 39 year-old man, said to have occurred on October 8 2015.
“The report remains under consideration of the procurator fiscal.”