A man and woman have been arrested over an alleged raid in which four cars were stolen from a Dundee car dealership.
Two of the vehicles have since been recovered but police have launched an appeal in a bid to track down a Mercedes and Vauxhall which are still missing.
Police Scotland said entry was forced to KMG Car Sales on the city’s East Dock Street between noon on Wednesday and 9am the following day.
A police spokesperson said: “Four cars were stolen from the premises.
“Two have since been recovered and a 31-year-old man and a woman, 37, have been arrested and charged in connection with their theft.
“Reports will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal and they are expected to appear at Dundee Sheriff Court at a later date.
“Two cars remain outstanding and enquiries are ongoing,” the spokesman added.
“These are a grey Vauxhall Astra, registration SW17 VOA, and a white Mercedes E Class, WD14 AUN.”
Detective Constable Ross Fraser of Dundee CID added: “Our enquiries into this break-in are ongoing and we are continuing work with the aim of recovering these outstanding vehicles.
“I would urge anyone who may have information or who may have seen these cars to come forward.”