An eight week long search for a missing dog is set to benefit from a new crowdfunding campaign.
Cameras and infrared torches will be purchased using the money raised in the appeal, which began on Friday evening.
Bella, a 10-month-old Lakeland Terrier, vanished while on a walk with her owner in Balgay Park on January 21.
Staff from Dundee City Council’s environmental services department and firefighters dug up part of Balgay Cemetery, while drones took to the skies, all in a bid to locate Bella.
However, two months on she has yet to be returned to owner Sheila Gaughan.
A major volunteer operation has been under way since January, with regular updates being posted on a Find Bella Facebook page.
Sheila has set up traps to try and catch Bella, and regularly visits the area in an attempt to bring her home.
Volunteer Ayner Smith decided to set up a crowdfunding campaign in a bid to widen the scope of the search.
The initial £500 fundraising target was smashed within less than 12 hours of the page being set up, and a new target of £1,000 has now been set.
Sheila thanked those who donated.
“I’ve just seen the fundraising page raising money for more cameras and equipment to help find Bella and am totally overwhelmed and humbled by people’s generosity and kindness,” she said on Facebook.