One week after the murder of a Dundee man, police are preparing to take to the streets in a bid to find new information about his killer.
John Kennedy, 63, suffered a fatal attack at his home in Mossgiel Crescent in the Linlaythen area at around 10.15pm last Sunday.
Detectives from Tayside Police believe the local community still has more information to offer, saying the killer would have been heavily bloodstained when leaving the crime scene.
They will be quizzing residents and passers-by this Sunday in an attempt to find out more.
Detective Inspector Gary Ogilvie said: "I am extremely grateful for the excellent support that our enquiries have had so far.
"The information that people have given us to date, along with our own intensive enquiries, has gone a long way towards building a picture of what happened on the night of Mr Kennedy’s murder.
"But the community still has more information to give up and we will be taking that appeal directly to them on Sunday night.
"I know that they share our determination in catching the person responsible and ensuring they are put before the courts.
"I am certain that the killer was heavily bloodstained when they left Mr Kennedy’s home and that someone will be aware of that fact, but they have so far chosen not to come forward.
"I would suggest that their loyalties are misplaced - they should do the right thing and contact us.
"A well-known and well-like man was killed and he deserves justice. Please come forward and tell us what you know."
Anyone with information can contact Tayside Police on 0300 111 2222 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.