Police say they have identified one of the perpetrators of a raid on a Dundee jewellers last year.
Two men ran off with items from Stephen Henderson Jewellers in Union Street in February 2015
Now Police Scotland has said they have reported a 30-year-old man to the Procurator Fiscal in connection with the incident.
It is understood that although they have identified the man they believe is one of the culprits, he has not been traced or formally charged.
Full details of the items taken have not been released to the public although owner Stephen Henderson described the theft as “substantial”. Two diamond rings were among the haul.
Police searched a train at Dundee’s station moments after the raid.
Eyewitnesses reported seeing around a dozen officers making their way through the carriages of the 4.07pm service to London.
A spokeswoman for Police Scotland’s Tayside Division said: “Police Scotland can confirm that a 30-year-old man has been reported to the procurator fiscal in connection with a theft from Stephen Henderson Jewellers, Union Street, Dundee that happened on Friday 6 February 2015.”