A woman is thought to have suffered leg injuries after falling out of a navy car in Dundee.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the incident, which happened at around 11.20am on May 8 in Wedderburn Street.
Officers do not know if the woman was pushed out of the car, however, but would like to trace her to ascertain if any potential criminality took place.
Two men were seen helping the woman, who is described as being of slim build, in her late 20s to early 30s with blonde hair.
She was wearing a grey and pink top with three-quarter length leggings.
The two men are described as aged between 40-60 years old, of slim build and both wearing grey clothing.
One was wearing a baseball cap and the other man was older with a bald head.
Inspector Kevin Chase, of Perth police station, said: “We can’t be sure if any criminality has taken place but we are keen to trace the people involved to establish the circumstances of what happened and make sure everyone is alright.
“Anyone who may have seen anyone in the area around this time is asked to contact officer as soon as possible.”
The incident reference is 1242 of May 8.