Police have recovered the getaway car used by robbers after a raid on a Dundee jeweller’s.
Officers recovered a white Ford Kuga in South Victoria Dock Road in the city after the robbery at Walker jeweller’s in Union Street on Monday.
Around 10.50am, four people entered the shop, threatened staff with weapons and stole a quantity of jewellery worth a five-figure sum.
They got away in the Ford Kuga before swapping to a black Seat Leon Cupra.
Enquiries into this incident are continuing and officers are still appealing for any information on the incident or the cars.
In particular, anyone who has any information or knowledge of a black new-style Seat Leon Cupra estate bearing the registration number MD19 CVV is asked to come forward.
These plates are not the vehicle’s original number plates but police are looking for any information on this car.
Detective Inspector Gavin McKinlay of Dundee CID said: “The white Ford Kuga and the black Seat Leon have been in Dundee city centre around 1.50 am on Monday and I would ask anyone who may have seen these cars in the area at that time, or in South Victoria Dock Road, to contact us.
“The recovered Ford Kuga will undergo a full forensic examination for any evidence or trace which could assist in identifying those responsible.”
Anyone with information is asked to speak to CID officers at Tayside Divisional Headquarters via 101.
Alternatively, please call Crimestoppers 0800 555 111 where information can be given anonymously.