The hunt for a Tayside bank robber continues as police continue their appeal for information.
The raid happened at around 11.30am on Tuesday at the Bank of Scotland on Dunkeld’s High Street.
A man entered the branch and demanded money before fleeing the scene. No weapons were used and the amount of money that was taken is not yet clear.
Staff in the bank were left uninjured but shocked by the incident.
Officers have asked anyone who was driving in the area of Dunkeld or the A9 with a dashcam to come forward as their camera may have captured vital clues.
The suspect is described as being white, about 5ft 9in tall and of stocky build. At the time, he was wearing a dark hooded top with a red motif on the chest and blue jeans. He was last seen in the area of St Ninians Gardens.
Detective Inspector Tom Leonard said: “We want to speak to anyone who was in Dunkeld between 9am and 12pm this morning, who may have information to assist with our inquiries into the robbery. A man, aged in his 20s or 30s, entered the bank, demanded cash and left with a sum of money. Although staff at the bank were uninjured, they were naturally distressed by the incident.
“I would like to reassure the public that crimes of this nature are thankfully rare and we will have increased patrols in the area as inquiries into the incident continue.
“Whilst we are appealing for residents, visitors and local business to assist us with information, we are also aware that there were a number of courier companies and delivery vans in Dunkeld at the time. I would ask you to report any information to us. Did you see a man matching this description in the area? We are particularly interested to speak to any drivers with dashboard cameras who may have been travelling in Dunkeld this morning and we would also like to speak to any residents or local businesses with CCTV cameras.
“Anyone with information that could assist with our inquiries is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101 or speak to any officer. Information can also be passed anonymously to the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”