Police are to return to Dunkeld on Tuesday morning as part of efforts to track down a man who raided a bank last week.
The High Street branch of the Bank of Scotland was robbed last Tuesday by a man described as being between 20 and 30 years-old.
Police released CCTV images from the bank of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the theft.
Officers will return to the Perthshire village to conduct further investigations with locals, and said extensive enquiries had already been carried out – including CCTV footage examination and door-to-door interviews.
Police hope returning to the scene could help identify further witnesses.
Detective Inspector Tom Leonard said: “I would appeal to anyone who was in the area at the time and who may have seen or heard anything suspicious to speak to our officers and help us with our enquiries.
“We are keen to trace the man shown in the images as we believe that he may have information that will assist us with our investigation. To help with his possible identification, I would ask that you disregard the grey box on the back of the man’s top that is shown in one of the images, as this is not part of his clothing, and it is understood that the back of his top is black in colour.
“He is further described as being white with fair eyebrows, between 20 and 30-years old, about 5″9 or 5″10, of medium build, wearing a black hooded top with a red or orange design on the front and blue jeans. He is understood to have a Perthshire accent.
“If you were in the area at the time and have any information, or if you know who this man is, I would encourage you to speak to our officers who will be in Dunkeld tomorrow between 10am and 1pm.”
A three-figure sum of money was taken during the robbery, in which no-one was hurt.
Witnesses or other people with information about last Tuesday’s robbery can contact police on 101, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on on 0800 555 111.