A gang of armed robbers who injured a shopper during a raid on a Dundee jeweller’s shop are still at large, a month after the dramatic heist.
The four men robbed Walker Luxury Jewellery on Union Street just before 11am on Monday, September 23.
The gang threatened staff in the shop with weapons before making off with jewellery worth a five-figure sum.
They also attacked one 60-year-old male customer, leaving him requiring hospital treatment for a head wound.
The gang then fled in a white Ford Kuga, which was later found abandoned in nearby South Victoria Dock Road.
Police swooped on Union Street following the raid and witnesses reported seeing smoke billowing out from the jeweller’s shop.
Evidence of the robbery was clearly visible in the immediate aftermath. One window display had been completely emptied.
The thieves had also attempted to break their way into a window display full of Rolex watches.
Police said one of the suspects was dropped off in Union Street shortly before the robbery.
He is described as being in his 20s to 30s and had dark hair. He was wearing a white shirt with black trousers and a navy hooded top with a red band across the chest.
The suspect walked into the shop and was then joined by another three suspects who were wearing dark clothing and had their faces covered.
After dumping the Ford, it is understood the criminals then got into a black Seat Leon Cupra to make their getaway.
Police said the Seat bore the registration MD19 CVV, although these were not the original plates fitted to the vehicle.
Police are still hunting for the car and the men responsible for the terrifying raid four weeks later.
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Police in Dundee continue to carry out extensive investigations to trace those involved in the robbery at a jewellers shop in Union Street on Monday, September 23.”
Staff at the shop said on Monday they understand police are following “positive” lines of inquiry.
Anyone with information is asked to speak to CID officers at Tayside Divisional Headquarters via 101.
People can also call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.