Cops have returned to the scene of an attempted robbery at a Dundee newsagent.
Detectives today returned to the newsagent at Dundonald Street to investigate the incident on Wednesday April 25.
Officers spoke to local residents and motorists to gather further information that could assist them with their ongoing enquiries into the incident.
Detective Constable Iain McIntosh said: “At around 12.15pm on Wednesday 25 April, a man entered the shop and presented a knife at the shop keeper. Nothing was taken. The shop keeper was shocked but unhurt by the incident.
“Extensive enquiries have already been carried out into the incident, including door to door and CCTV reviews and it is hoped that by returning to the scene today it will help to identify further witnesses who may have seen or heard suspicious activity, before, during or after the crime.
“We are keen to trace a man who is described as five feet six inches tall, wearing a dark hooded top, grey jogging bottoms, with dark trainers and had his face covered. He was last seen to run off in the direction of Court Street.”
Anyone with any information should contact Police Scotland on 101 quoting CR/9889/18 or speak to any police officer. Alternatively information can be passed anonymously via the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.