Thousands of pounds worth of golf equipment has been stolen in a raid at Gleneagles.
The Golf Academy shop at the world-famous golf course was targeted on Friday evening.
Two men forced entry to the store around 10.25pm and took some golf clubs, thought to be worth up to £10,000.
The incident comes just days after Dean Jones was jailed for his part in a £500,000 robbery at the hotel in 2017. Richard Fleming and Liam Richardson were jailed in 2018 for taking part in the same robbery.
Police say CCTV of the latest theft shows the men travelling to the golf course in a small silver car. They travelled via the A823, turning into Station Road, and left the same way.
The first suspect is described as wearing dark jeans, a black jacket and brown shoes. The second suspect is described as wearing blue jeans, a black jacket and light coloured trainers. Both men were believed to be wearing black balaclavas.
Enquiries are ongoing to trace the men and police officers are urging anyone with information to come forward.
Constable Jack Stirling said: “I am appealing to anyone who was in the Gleneagles area between 10pm and 10.30pm on Friday to get in touch if they saw or heard anything suspicious.
“The A823 was busy at that time with numerous cars travelling along the road. Perhaps you saw a car driving or people within behaving suspiciously?
“If you have any dash-cam footage that you believe could assist with our investigation, please come forward as soon as possible.”
The Gleneagles Hotel robbery in June 2017 saw the trio make off with 50 Rolex watches from the Mappin & Webb boutique, on the ground floor of the hotel.
In a two-minute raid they terrorised staff with a handgun, machete and hammer before making off in an Audi, which was discovered abandoned nearby.
They swapped to the Range Rover for their getaway, with the vehicle later found burned out at a graveyard in the east end of Glasgow.
Jones fled to Brazil but he was detained as he disembarked from a plane at Sao Paulo airport on August 17, 2018 and subsequently extradited back to the UK last year.
Earlier this month he was jailed for 11 years and four months. None of the watches have been recovered.
Fleming, then 42, was jailed for 15 years with a further three years supervision in 2018 and Richardson, 30, was sentenced to 11 years and four months.