Police are making inquiries after a taxi was broken into in Fintry Drive at the weekend.
A small sum of money was taken from the cab between 12.30am and 1.15am on Sunday.
Similar taxi break-ins have previously been reported in the Findchapel Place and Alloway Place areas of Dundee recently.
In appealing for information, officers are reminding drivers to take every possible precaution to deter thieves.
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Ideally, items of value and personal belongings should never be left within an unattended vehicle and they should certainly never be left in open view.
“If car owners are not able to take their property out of the car, they should at least hide it away from prying eyes and lock it out of sight in the boot.
“While this is not a failsafe deterrent against crime, it denies the would-be thief the opportunity to window shop.
“Drivers should look around before moving items from car seat to boot and try and ensure they are not being watched.”