This is the dramatic moment when one of Scotland’s most notorious gangsters was arrested at gunpoint in Cupar.
Brian “The Hawk” Martin and accomplice Christopher McMultan are starting lengthy jail terms after being found guilty of carrying out a jewellery raid at the Perthshire home of the daughter of Scotland’s richest woman, Ann Gloag.
In new video footage released by the Crown Office, Martin and McMultan are seen being arrested by armed officers near Cupar Railway Station on January 20 the day after their shocking crime.
The footage also shows security camera recordings of the pair arriving at the scene of the raid and pulling on masks before entering the property.
Their trial at the High Court in Edinburgh heard they threatened Sarah Gloag and her husband Sundeep Salins with knives before wrapping them in masking tape and fleeing the scene with more than £200,000 worth of jewellery.
The robbery took place at the couple’s home near to Ann Gloag’s Kinfauns Castle just outside Perth.
On Monday, Martin was jailed for 14 years, and McMultan for 12.