Thieves have stolen up thousands of pounds worth of clothes from an Aberdeen shop – making their getaway on a motorbike.
Two men raided Kafka, on Rosemount Viaduct, on Wednesday afternoon.
The pair pulled up outside the shop on a scrambler motorbike at about 3.20pm, before one man went inside, still wearing his helmet.
He grabbed between £4,000 to £6,000 worth of clothing before fleeing the scene on the back of the bike, which made off towards Spa Street and Rosemount Place.
The clothing taken include Stone Island jackets – which can be worth as much as £525 – and hooded tops.
Police last night said the pair’s raid could be worth as much as £6,000.
Constable Callum Kerr urged members of the public to report anyone selling items of clothing from the shop.
“No one was injured but this incident is unusual in its nature and we would ask that anyone who has information which may assist us get in touch,” he said.
“The area would have been busy at the time and anyone who has information in relation to this is asked to contact police.
“Police are also appealing to anyone who may have been offered the items for sale to contact them.”
Staff at the shop declined to comment on the incident yesterday.
Kafka was established in the city in 1990 by brothers Russell and David Cameron.
The brothers run a second Kafka outlet at Alford Place.