Police are searching for a “dangerous” driver who collided with a bus and drove on a pedestrian path in Aberdeen.
The incident took place on Provost Fraser Drive just before 11am on Wednesday.
Officers have shared details of a silver Volkswagen Golf overtaking a number of stationary vehicles on the road.
The vehicles were stopped behind a bus which passengers were leaving.
It is understood the silver car then crashed into a bus on the opposite carriageway and made no effort to stop.
The driver also drove onto a pedestrian footpath and grass area.
Appeal to trace dangerous driver in Aberdeen
Police are appealing to anyone who witnessed the “dangerous driving” to get in touch.
A post shared by police states: “We are appealing for information about dangerous driving at Provost Fraser Drive, Aberdeen.
“About 10.50am on Wednesday, November 29, a silver Volkswagen Golf was driving dangerously by overtaking numerous stationary vehicles behind a bus that was allowing passengers to exit.
“The car collided with a Stagecoach Bus on the opposing carriageway, made no effort to stop, and drove on a pedestrian footpath and grass area.”
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact police on 101 or online, quoting reference number 1075 of November 29.
Alternatively, a report can be made anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.