A bar manager has told of his shock after thieves targeted his pub in a smash-and-grab raid.
A three-figure sum of money was stolen from the Queen Anne Bar in Polepark.
Two men forced entry to the pub via its City Road entrance before stealing two tills in the early hours.
Nearby residents were woken up by the pub alarm going off.
The pair were spotted fleeing along Scott Street, carrying the tills.
Bar manager Nathan Stewart said forensics officers had been on the scene following Monday’s break-in.
The 29-year-old, who has worked in the premises on and off for the last five years, said he was surprised the thieves had taken so little.
Nathan, from Kirkton, said: “Thankfully there was only the float in the tills.
“There was roughly £140 in total.
“They never went for the fruit machine or stole any alcohol.
“A neighbour was woken up by the alarm and he saw two men running down Scott Street with the tills.
“We were amazed nothing more was taken.
“Some of the glasses behind the bar had been smashed.
“There is also a concern about what could have happened if staff had been in the premises.”
The incident happened about the same time as a Greggs outlet on Strathmartine Road was broken into, and a robbery took place at the Northeastern pub on Princes Street.
However, there is no suggestion that the three incidents were linked.
A spokesman for Police Scotland confirmed officers were investigating the theft.
They’re also following a positive line of inquiry in relation to the assault and robbery in the Northeastern.
Staff at the pub declined to comment, but Garry Cairns, 34, who lives close by, said police were outside the venue on Monday night.