A man and woman have appeared in court in connection with an alleged assault and robbery at an Aberdeen store.
Stephanie Heron, 27, and Ian Low, known as Cowie, 31, appeared in private at Aberdeen Sheriff Court yesterday.
The pair appeared in connection with an incident at Screwfix in Torry earlier this year.
A four-figure sum of money was also allegedly stolen at the premises.
Heron, whose general address was given as Aberdeen, faced a charge of assault and robbery.
She made no plea at the hearing and was granted bail.
Cowie, whose general address was also given as Aberdeen, faced the same charge of assault and robbery.
He too made no plea at the hearing and was granted bail while the case was committed for further examination.
No date was set for their next appearance.
The pair’s appearance comes after officers were called to the business premises following an incident on Tuesday February 20 in which a four-figure sum of money was allegedly taken.
Police officers were called to Screwfix on Girdleness Road shortly before 8pm.
Detective Inspector Allen Shaw, who led the inquiries, thanked the public for their support.
He said: “Thank you once again to those members of the public who have assisted with our investigation.”
Another man previously appeared in the dock in February, days after the incident, in relation to the same case. Sean Craig, 29, appeared in private at Aberdeen Sheriff Court facing a charge of assault and robbery.
He was also charged with two counts of having an offensive weapon in public.
Craig was also charged with drugs possession.
He made no plea at the hearing in February and the case against him was committed for further examination while he was remanded in custody.