Police are continuing their investigations after a supermarket was broken into and a quantity of alcohol stolen.
The Lidl store on King Street was targeted in a smash and grab raid on Sunday night into yesterday morning.
Thieves left a gaping six-foot high hole in a glass door, having smashed their way in before making off with drinks worth a three-figure sum.
Officers are now keen to speak with a male that was seen in the area. He has been described as white, aged mid 30s with a slim to medium build and short dark hair.
The man was wearing a dark hooded top, dark tracksuit bottoms and white/black trainers.
Constable Ross Hay, of the Tillydrone Community Policing Team, said: “It has been reported that around 11:15pm on Sunday April 12, the store was broken into bottles of alcohol stolen.
“We are keen to trace a man seen in the area who is described as white, aged mid 30’s, slim to medium build, short dark hair and clean shaven. He was wearing a dark hooded top, dark tracksuit bottoms and white/black trainers.
“Anyone who saw the man described or may have dash-cam footage from the area, please contact police. If you have been offered goods, which you suspect are stolen, please inform us.”
Police can be contacted by calling 101.