Police are hunting two men who robbed a newsagents at gunpoint.
An 18-year-old man working at McColl's Newsagents in Eaglesham Road, Clarkston, East Renfrewshire, suffered a slight injury during the robbery at about 9.30pm on Friday night.
Two men, one carrying a gun, entered the shop and demanded money from the worker. They stole a quantity of cigarettes and a small sum of cash before heading off south on Eaglesham Road, Strathclyde Police said.
The gun was not fired but the worker was hit by one of the men and was taken to Glasgow's Victoria Infirmary for treatment to a minor head injury. He was later released.
Both men are white and in their late 20s.
One of them was wearing a dark Fred Perry waterproof jacket, a white hooded top underneath, a balaclava and blue jeans. The other man was wearing a dark hooded top, jeans and white Nike Air Max trainers.
Detectives in Pollok are checking all available CCTV from the area and appealing for anyone who saw the two men to contact them.
Detective Sergeant Mark McLennan said: "This was undoubtedly a terrifying experience for the young man who was working in the newsagents. Thankfully he was not seriously injured but he has been left very shaken as a result. The newsagents is situated in a very busy road and there are several takeaways and off-licences nearby.
"On a Friday night, this would have been more busy than usual so I would appeal to anyone who was in the vicinity of this area of Eaglesham Road to get in touch with police.
"We are currently looking through all the CCTV coverage in that area in an effort to identify those responsible, but we need people to come forward with any information they may have."