Police in Aberdeen have reissued an appeal for information a week after a robbery at a city petrol station.
The incident occurred at the Shell Wellington garage, on Wellington Road, at about 11.45pm on Saturday, October 12.
A man entered the petrol station shop, threatened the shopkeeper and demanded money before making off with cash and a large amount of cigarettes in a black bag.
He is said to have been of stocky build and was dressed entirely in black with a hood up and his face covered.
Detective Sergeant Sam Harris said: “Thankfully the shopkeeper was uninjured, but he was understandably shaken by the incident.
“Following extensive searches, CCTV analysis and door-to-door inquiries, it is believed he ran across Wellington Road and was last seen running towards Redmoss Park.
“We are looking for any witnesses who may have seen the suspect in the area before or after the incident.
“We are also appealing to any taxi drivers or drivers of other vehicles with dash cam footage which may have caught the suspect running away or in and around the Redmoss area.
“We would ask that anyone who may have information in connection with the robbery, no matter how small they think it is, call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.”