Armed robbers have stolen gems and threatened staff in a raid on a jewellery store.
Two men targeted a Beaverbrooks shop at Glasgow Fort retail park at around 11.10am on Monday.
Strathclyde Police said the pair were carrying what looked like a gun and made off with merchandise of a "considerable" value.
Officers are looking for witnesses after the suspects escaped in a silver Volkswagen Golf later found burnt out in Connisborough Road, Easterhouse.
The first man is described as white, 6ft 3in, slim, and was wearing a grey hooded zipped top with white draw-strings and dark bottoms.
The second was white, 5ft 8in, stocky, and was wearing a black top of the same style, jeans and white trainers.
Detective Inspector Laura Thomson said: "At this time, it has still to be established exactly what was stolen and the value of the jewellery but it is believed to be a considerable amount.
"I would urge anyone who saw anyone behaving in a suspicious manner at The Fort around 11am this morning or saw the suspects enter or leave the premises to come forward.
"I am also anxious to speak to anyone who saw the Volkswagen Golf car driving from the scene."