Police hunting the driver of a stolen car found abandoned in Fife after a horror fireball crash have made a fresh plea for information.
The Audi A3, with registration plate SM17 EAK, was dumped in Cowdenbeath on May 25.
It had earlier been involved in a fatal smash near the Maybury roundabout in Edinburgh.
A man, named locally as Jonathan Smith, died when his Peugeot 206 burst into flames.
Investigators are also appealing for members of the public to check for any dashcam footage of the stolen Audi around the time of the incident.
It had been taken from an address in the Liberton area of the city several weeks earlier and was seen travelling at speed near the scene of the crash before overtaking a number of vehicles at around 12:30am.
As it approached the roundabout, it crossed onto the opposing carriageway, causing a BMW X5 to swerve and collide with Mr Smith’s Peugeot which caught fire.
Fire crews initially thought everyone had managed to free themselves from the wrecked cars but discovered Mr Smith after extinguishing the blaze.
A 25-year-old man, 22-year-old woman and five-year-old girl, who were in the BMW were all taken to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh for treatment.
The Audi, which left the scene before the emergency services arrived, was later found abandoned near the local ambulance depot on Lochgelly Road in Cowdenbeath.
Detective Inspector Graham Grant said: “My officers are leaving no stone unturned as we look to identify those who were within the stolen Audi A3 and the public can help with our efforts by coming forward if they’ve seen the vehicle, which, at the time of the collision, had the number plate SM17 EAK.
“Similarly, if members of the public have seen the Audi since it was stolen from the Liberton area on April 17 then please get in touch so we can establish its movements since that time.
“As part of the ongoing investigation, we wish to speak with the driver and any occupants of a small dark-coloured hatchback vehicle, which had been travelling on Maybury Road towards Barnton at around 12.30am on Friday 25th May.
“It is believed this car was travelling close to a black Peugeot taxi, which we have since traced and obtained a statement from the driver. If you believe you were in this car then please come forward.
“I would also ask any other motorists who witnessed the collision, or who may have relevant dash-cam footage of the incident or the movement of the Audi before or after this time, or who have information relating to the driver and other occupants, to contact police immediately.”
Those with information can contact Corstorphine CID via 101 and quote incident number 108 of the 25th May.
Alternatively, an anonymous report can be made to the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.